WILDERNESS NAVIGATION 1

$195.00 / person

(at 6:1 ratio)
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Wilderness Navigation 1 is a one-day introduction to using and understanding topographic maps and compasses. This course provides fundamental skills that anyone who explores outdoors should have.

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WILDERNESS NAVIGATION 2

$245.00 / person

(at 6:1 ratio)
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Building on fundamental map and compass skills learned in Wilderness Navigation 1, this course focuses on the constantly evolving Global Positioning technologies found in modern smart phones, tablets, and GPS devices. The skills gained on this course can greatly enhance the wilderness navigation experience and pre-trip planning practices.

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WOMEN'S BACKCOUNTRY SKILLS

$595.00 / person

(at 4:1 ratio)
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This course was designed by women for women. Suitable for beginner- to intermediate-level hikers, we will explore an iconic Vancouver Island summit while advancing confidence and competency in backcountry skills. Participants will hone their ability to plan, prepare and pursue future adventures ranging from alpine day trips to multi-week expeditions.

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INTRO TO BACKPACKING

$595.00 / person

(at 4:1 ratio)
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This course was designed for beginner- to intermediate-level hikers looking to advance their confidence and competency in the mountains. Over the course of three days, participants will hone their ability to plan, prepare and pursue future adventures ranging from alpine day trips to multi-week expeditions. Along the way, we’ll explore the iconic alpine of Vancouver Island, learning as we go and hiking a peak or two along the way.

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WILDERNESS SURVIVAL

$395.00 / person

(at 4:1 ratio)
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Over two days, we will cover and practice the essential survival skills for backcountry users travelling in south-west British Columbia. This course is experiential, and participants will build shelters to spend the night in. After completion of the course, participants will be equipped to handle many common survival situations.

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