Water Purifying

Location(s): TBD (the recent California fires have required that we adjust some of our training locations for the 2019 year, as a result we can be extra flexible with our training in order to best meet the needs of our clients)

Register      Cost: $400

Time: 9 AM (Day 1) - 3 PM (Day 2)

2019 Dates: 5/25-5/27

*NOTE: Bold Dates are still AVAILABLE

**NOTE: Contact us to discuss optional dates, times, and wait-listing

Do or Die. There is no try!

You never really know what you’re capable of until you only have 2 choices: To do or to fail. That’s why, in this ultimate survival field course, you will leave your gear in the car and venture out into nature with a knife and an empty water bottle. Adaptability and improvisation is key in this course as you will learn to utilize your surroundings and make them work to your advantage. Learn to navigate extreme terrain, shelter-making, first aid, trap-making, fire-making, water purification, cordage, plant identification, navigation, and so much more.

**(3 Different Levels to choose from)**

Light Level: Backpacking Field Training
Hybrid Level: Backpacking and Bare Bones
Hardcore Level: Just You vs. Nature. 

What to bring:

Light:

Backpacking Field Training

  1. Backpacking backpack

  2. Tent

  3. Sleeping bag

  4. Sleeping pad

  5. Food for 3 days

  6. Water for 3 days (at least 9 litres)

  7. Pocketknife or multitool with locking blade and saw

  8. Clothes that are appropriate for the weather and the outdoors (including close-toed shoes/hiking boots and long pants)

  9. Water bottle (MUST be stainless steel, NON-painted/insulated)

  10. Headlamp/flashlight

  11. Work gloves for outdoor use

  12. Sun protection/bug spray

  13. Personal first aid kit

  14. Any additional gear you’d like to carry

Hybrid:

Backpacking and Bare Bones

  1. Backpacking backpack

  2. Tent

  3. Sleeping bag

  4. Sleeping pad

  5. Food for 1-2 days

  6. Water for 1-2 days (3-6 litres)

  7. Pocketknife or multitool with locking blade and saw

  8. Clothes that are appropriate for the weather and the outdoors (including close-toed shoes/hiking boots and long pants)

  9. Water bottle (MUST be stainless steel, NON-painted/insulated)

  10. Headlamp/flashlight

  11. Work gloves for outdoor use

  12. Sun protection/bug spray

  13. Personal first aid kit

  14. Any additional gear you’d like to carry

Hardcore:

Just You vs. Nature

  1. Pocketknife or multi-tool with locking blade and saw

  2. Clothes that are appropriate for the weather and the outdoors (including close-toed shoes/hiking boots and long pants)

  3. 1 full water bottle (MUST be stainless steel, NON-painted/insulated)

I went with a group of friends who all wanted to kick our own butts a little bit. The instruction was exceptional and I felt safe but challenged all 3 days. I’ve never been so excited to eat leaves ever.
— Kelsey Y. -Alumni