If you'd like to learn to understand our wild places, its flora and fauna, and how to survive in the wild, then join a bushcraft session.
Find out how to make natural shelters, forage for food and water, or light and manage a fire for warmth and cooking. You'll develop many new useful skills and gain a deeper understanding of the natural world and have the self-confidence to travel on your own and be self-reliant.
Offering a range of course, from three-hour fire lighting workshops, all day fire by friction experiences and full weekends to challenge your skills. Whether you’re interested in spoon carving, greenwood working or a weekly Bushcraft Skills Academy there will be something for you.
Bushcraft, woodland walks, foraging, woodland cooking, shelter-building and survival courses, for children and families.
Low impact, outdoor activities, including bushcraft and archery, group activities and challenges, wildlife awareness days, birthday parties and progress towards the John Muir Award.
Other activity companies offering bushcraft sessions
Located on the edge of the National Park near Stokesley, offering archery, canoeing, rock climbing, orienteering, hill walking, mountaineering, problem solving courses, environmental field studies, high ropes and forest survival skills and bushcraft.
Rock climbing, canoeing, zip lining, abseiling, orienteering, kayaking, high rope, gorge scrambling, caving, sea kayaking, hill walking, raft building and bushcraft.
Taking activity groups from four to forty or more, or bespoke 1 to 1 sessions, learn to climb, canoe, sail, raft or navigate, woodland and bushcraft.