Set in stunning private woodland on the Haddon Hall estate near Bakewell, the course is based around the four cornerstones of Bushcraft and Survival: Fire, Shelter, Water and Food. Far and away our most popular bushcraft course, this experience gives you an opportunity to try your hand at something different whilst immersing yourself in the woodland environment. Whether you’re a beginner or you've already got a grasp of the basics, this course is not an endurance test but is designed for you to get the practical hands-on experience of the basics of Bushcraft and Survival, in a fun and safe environment. Over the course of the weekend you will cover a multitude of subjects including safe techniques when using knives and saws, emergency shelter building (your accommodation for the second night!), fire lighting methods both ancient and modern, foraging, natural navigation, animal track, sign and behaviour, water sourcing and purification, wild food preparation and cooking, to name but a few! By no means is this a basic introductory course, you will be amazed at the level of detail our instructors will go into on the short time available. All meals are provided but you may wish to bring along some additional snacks. No prior experience necessary!
After your payment has been made, Woodland Ways will contact you directly (using the contact details you provide at checkout) to confirm the date and timing of your experience. If a mutually convenient time and date cannot be arranged when Woodland Ways contacts you, any payments made will be refunded in full - refunds for any other reason are not possible.
Please note that all contracts/liability are directly between you and the activity supplier, Sauced Here will just be helping you find the right person to help you. You may receive additional terms and conditions from your activity supplier which you will need to adhere to.