February Break Week Wilderness Survival, Tracking & Stealth
February Winter Break week Some people might think February is the time to stay inside, but at Trackers we go outdoors and stay comfortable rain or shine. Learn the arts of our Rangers Guild: wilderness survival, tracking and stealth.
What is a Ranger?
A Ranger lives on the edge of the forest. They keep a watchful eye, protecting and caring for the village. Their arts are Wilderness Survival, Tracking, and Stealth. They can go anywhere, survive anywhere, track anything and move silently through the forest.
We begin by training in the essential wilderness survival skills of shelter and fire building, water and food procurement. We practice safe wood carving and learn to take care of all our needs in a manner that is not only sustainable, but actually helps the land. We then learn to track both animals and even people. Journeying under the leadership of our instructors, we follow bobcats, deer and more to create a map of all the wildlife around us.
Each day we visit different locations and focus on a different set of the above-listed wilderness survival or outdoor skills. Camp days can be taken individually or for multiple days for a richer experience.
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM: Camp adventures
3:30 PM - 4:00 PM: Pick-up at the Trackers Guild Hall