Few outdoor survival companies in the country can boast about the vast array of wilderness and the stunning scenery that makes up Northern Arizona. We run our outdoor wilderness courses in a place unlike any other where lofty mesas, serpentine canyons, and sweeping views abound. This is a dramatic landscape with elevations ranging from 500‘ at the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon to 12,633′ atop the San Francisco Mountains in Flagstaff. You can be hiking in the desert one day exploring ancient cliff-dwellings and geologic formations and the next day be trekking through a mountain meadow bordered by aspens and spruce!
Northern Arizona is also the home of the numerous Native American Tribes including Hopi, Navajo, Supai, Hualapai, Apache, and Paiute, and has the largest concentration of Native American languages anywhere in North America. Nestled in the mountains at 7000′ is the historic town of Flagstaff, where we are based. If you plan on sightseeing before or after one of our outdoor survival courses, you will only be a thirty minute drive from the red-rock canyons of Sedona and a ninety-minute drive from Grand Canyon National Park.