Even though it doesn't feel like we've had much of a Spring, the year is progressing at pace. It doesn't seem like long ago that I was writing about the March equinox but we are now just around the corner from the June solstice.
The Frontier team has been out in the woods for a large part of the last few months, teaching our range of bushcraft courses. We've been having a great time and have taught some wonderful people along the way.
The recent wet weather has made some aspects of the courses even more challenging than usual. But it's testament to the determination of the students we've had that they've managed to do well regardless.
So far this year the response to the content of our courses has been fantastic. Possibly none more so than the Elementary Wilderness Bushcraft Course.
The Elementary is one of the backbone courses for those who are serious about progressing their bushcraft skills. Even so, most attendees are surprised by the quantity and quality of material in this course.
It's one of our primary aims for people to leave our courses knowing that there is no way we could have fitted more in to their time with us.
This should be evident even if you've attended one of our 1- or 2-day courses.
People often wonder what goes on during our week-long courses. So we decided to put together a short video, made up of short clips we've snatched while teaching over recent months.
This video, while not exhaustive, highlights many aspects of the Elementary and should provide a good idea of what to expect from this course.
The Elementary Wilderness Bushcraft course is an immersive, challenging yet enjoyable programme of learning which develops a broad base of skills. I think this comes across well in the film...
For more information on this course see the full course description page: Elementary Wilderness Bushcraft Course.
I hope to see you in the woods soon!
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