Family bushcrafts wild camp:
sleepout overnight in the shelter you make
Build a shelter, light a fire, cook a meal, sleep
out over night in the woods and cook your breakfast on the fire in the
morning. Your own family bushcraft wild camp experience
learn how build a shelter to sleep out overnight in your own
wild camp. For families of four or less you can build and wild camp in
debris shelters; larger families will use tarpaulins or a mix of the
two. You'll then practice the art of firelighting and set it up
for cooking your evening meal over your fire. You'll also learn some
important things about setting up a wild
round the fire in the evening you can have a go at a few
different bushcraft skills such as string making from nettles. Wake up
in your wild camp
to the sounds of nature and cook your breakfast on the camp fire.
18 hours (15.00 to 09.00)
£150 for two people and
£25 per additional person
Ring or email to book
day and time that suits you; tel. 01388 529154 or email email@example.com
then fill in and return the booking form (by
email or post) and click on the button
below to pay online.
Download booking form
information: Maximum of two children per adult. Children
should be between 8
years and 16 years of age. You'll need to bring food to cook on the
bags and other overnight neccesities.
leader is qualified through the Institute for
to teach bushcrafts to groups and has been involved in bushcrafts and
woodland skills for over thirty years. He is DBS cleared.
Hamsterley Forest or Harehope, Weardale Co. Durham
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