2018 Winter Bushcraft and Snowshoe Trip – Freeman River Watershed
Hosted by Dale Kiselyk at Nature Alive.
Feb 25 -28, 2018 $500 CDN (includes tax) approximately $390 USD
Bushcraft Skills, Snowshoe Travel, Toboggans, Traditional Winter Camping
Inspired by the Fur Traders and Trappers of Canada’s Boreal Forest, and paired with wilderness living skills passed down by legendary survival instructor – Mors Kochanski
Description: Join our talented instructors for four days of Bushcraft and Winter Camping Skills as we travel with by Snowshoe and Toboggans up the Freeman River Watershed. Combine modern ideals with traditional Bushcraft skills to elevate your outdoor knowledge and experience to an exciting new level. Experience Canada’s winter wilderness the way it was meant to be experienced – on foot over snow and ice, using rivers and lakes to explore the vast and fantastic Boreal Forest (the way trappers and indigenous people travelled long ago). Minimum 4 participants – Maximum 8 participants.
For more information or to register visit: Nature Alive
Karamat Wilderness Ways WALKABOUT – Summer 2018
There will be a limited number of applicants chosen to do this walk.
Dates: July 31-August 6, 2017 Cost: $950.00 Cdn. plus 5% Tax (GST) Registration Form sent form here.
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