BUSHCRAFT COURSES

Bushcraft courses, group photo class of 2017 Scotland

Bushcraft courses group photo class of 2017 Scotland. Coast Hunters.

Bushcraft courses from Coastal Survival.

New dates for 2018 available now!

Unique bushcraft courses on the coast in the UK.

Courses on land and coast offering an unbeatable range of bushcraft skills.

 

Hunt, forage, fish and cook, using primitive and modern bushcraft skills on our uniquely inspiring bushcraft courses.

 

Our bushcraft courses are suitable for varying levels of personsl experience, including: beginners – intermediate – advanced. If you are unsure of you suitability of any of the vast range of bushcraft or any other courses we regularly provide, please do get in touch by email or phone – thank you!

 

Bushcraft courses uk. Wooden gorge hook and nettle cordage made on a bushcraft course.Making and using natural cordage on a bushcraft course.

The coastal hunters and foragers of the past relied upon their bushcraft skills to self-produce the tools and equipment needed to survive using the natural and wild resources available to them. Our primitive bushcraft courses give you a feel of a life with a slower pace and conection with our past.

 

Bushcraft courses uk. Trigger traps and snares made from wild resources on a bushcraft course

Hunting, foraging and cooking on a bushcraft course.

Bushcraft course skills such as natural tinder and fire lighting, basket construction and making traps, tracking, trapping were essential bushcraft skills needed to allow them to forage, hunt and cook.

 

Bushcraft courses uk. Camp fire cookery and essential fire skills

Basic outdoor crafts on a bushcraft course.

Fire is an import part of bushcraft. Starting with natural tinder, progressing to the different woods, there suitability for varying uses, from heat, to cooking, learn the many skills and methods on this course that will allow you confidence to produce fire in all weathers in any bushcraft situation.

 

Bushcraft courses in the UK, cooking seashore food on the camp fire on a bushcraft course from Coastal Survival

Bushcraft courses across the UK – including England, Wales and Scotland.

Our bushcraft courses will allow you to gain the confidence in not only how to construct and make the tools needed, but how to practically use them to catch and collect you own food and then cook it to make your own foraged feast. Weekend bushcraft courses in the south west and week long bushcraft courses in Scotland and Dorset.

 

Bushcraft Courses with Coastal Survival.

 

Complete Coastal Hunter Gatherer – 5 day bushcraft courses across the UK.

Primitive and modern coastal and inland bushcraft skills on a 5 day foraging and fishing bushcraft course in South West Scotland.

Bushcraft courses uk. Coastal hunting on the seashore in Scotland on our week long bushcraft course.Modern and Primitive coastal bushcraft and survival skills give you the complete coastal hunter gatherers skill set, learn to live off the seashore where you thrive rather than just survive.
Forage, fish and hunt along the seashore, living of what you catch and forage using many methods and skills, this uniques course is a complete immersion in the coastal hunter gatherer set along the abundant shores of South West Scotland.

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Bushcraft courses in the UK. Coastal survival instructor

Modern Coastal Hunter Gatherer – 3 day bushcraft course.

Fishing nets, traps, spears, salting, smoking and coastal foraging for seafood and shore plants.

Prepare and cook what you catch on this unique coastal bushcraft course. Using all the tools of the modern coast hunter, this unique bushcraft course is of a simply advanced levele and suitable for all.

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Making a willow lobster potPrimitive Coastal Hunter Gatherer – 3 day buhcraft course.

This is our highly rated prmitive bushcraft skills courses, covering – willow fish and shellfish traps, wood and bone fishing hooks, cordage, spear fishing and longline fishing.

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