Wilderness Survival 101 – North Country Trail Association Conference Members

As a member of the North Country Trail Association, you likely spend a lot of time in remote locations either enjoying the beauties of the trail or working to preserve and protect it.  Do you want, then, to be better prepared to handle emergencies when help may be hours, even days, away?

Then join Erik Kulick, a wilderness medicine & survival instructor from True North Outdoor School, for a perfect introduction to the fundamentals of wilderness survival.  Its focus will be a modern one with an emphasis on basic skills, equipment, and preparedness with the expectation of rescue within 72 hours.  This course is geared towards participants of varying skills, experience levels, and outdoor backgrounds so no prerequisites are required.  It is a great way to learn new skills or refresh old ones.

This is a private course for NCTA Conference members so the price is $60 (a 20% discount off the standard cost).

This course will be held at Moraine State Park, just a short drive from Slippery Rock University.  Upon receipt of your registration paperwork, you will be sent a detailed course information sheet.

All of our courses are kept small (no more than 10) to foster learning and camaraderie.

Course minimum size is 5.  Minimum age to register is 18.