outdoor Survival skills classes
From building shelters, starting a campfire, to finding your way, outdoor survival skills help us enjoy the outdoors safely and remind us of our innate connection with the natural world.
previous outdoor survival skills classes
June 13, 2020; 9am-6pm
Spend the day practicing navigating off-trail, using a map, compass, and terrain features to find your way. Learn how to orient a map, use a compass, read topo lines, account for the difference between true north and magnetic north, and read the terrain features to find your way. This class is part of the Naturalist Training Program, but may be taken separately.
When: Saturday, June 13; 9am-6pm
Location: Clackamas River area on the Mt Hood National Forest.
Cost: $75; or $65 for Wolverine Tracking Project volunteers (use promo code CaWVolunteer10off).