Ever wonder what to do if you became lost or stranded in the wilds with little or no gear? If so, then join us for this hands-on class designed for women and learn how to be prepared in the event of an wilderness emergency. Topics covered include: survival psychology, natural and improvised shelters, firemaking in wet weather, signaling for rescue, survival myths & misconceptions, water location methods, knife use & safety, survival kits, and preparing your vehicle for backcountry travel.
The class is taught at an introductory level for women who are interested in gaining more confidence in the outdoors along with practical wilderness skills. All equipment is provided. Enrollment is limited 10 participants. Each student will need to provide a sack lunch and water bottle. A detailed gear list and directions will be sent out upon registering for the class. Held in Flagstaff from 10 am to 4 pm.
This is given as a 1 Day Course.
Check the course calendar for specific dates.