What is bushcraft?
Ray Mears defines bushcraft as ‘a deeper knowledge of the wild and nature’. In addition to this, Pinpoint Adventure also perceives it as a wonderful mixture of living outdoors, survival skills, and traditional knowledge; skills that we believe passionately should not be lost. On a typical 'introduction to bushcraft skills' session we look at things such as fire making, water filtration, shelter, trees, bushcraft tools and making craft items.
Who can do it?
Anyone with a desire to learn and master these traditional skills can take part in bushcraft. We offer bushcraft to primary and secondary schools, charities / businesses and youth groups / scouts. For our introduction to bushcraft skills sessions we work with all ages and abilities, including adults and children with special educational needs and disabilities.
Where can I do this?
Pinpoint Adventure can bring the bushcraft and survival skills to your site. We always do a site visit (free of charge) to discuss what will work best for your site. Pinpoint Adventure is based in Hexham, Northumberland (northern England), so for many of our sessions we work with schools and groups in the North Pennines, Cumbria, Northumberland and County Durham.
Why book with Pinpoint Adventure?
Pinpoint Adventure has a wealth of bushcraft knowledge and experience, and we are enthusiastic, patient and have some great pieces of bushcraft kit for you to use. Pinpoint Adventure only uses qualified and experienced instructors with a ratio appropriate to the chosen activity.
How much does a bushcraft course cost?
For our 'introduction to bushcraft activities' course, this is a beginners bushcraft session and runs from 9:15am to 2:45pm, the session costs are as follows.
Please just let us know if you have more than 8 participants, as we will be able to accommodate your group but we will need to discuss what will be appropriate for your session.
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