Coastal Survival Day,
West Coast of Scotland
Learn Coastal Survival Skills in a Day
If you don't have a full weekend to spare, why not join the Coastal Survival Day? The course covers a comprehensive set of coastal survival skills. You will spend the day surviving on basic rations and food you have foraged, purifying your own water and making a shelter.
The course takes place in Moidart on the West Coast of Scotland, one of the most beautiful, ecologically diverse and wild corners of Britain! It's also where we have made our home. All we can say is that this location is so rewarding that it makes any journey worthwhile.
The Coastal Survival Day course is very practical and hands-on, ideal for those seeking to take their bushcraft and survival skills to the next level, but also for adventurous beginners.
Here are some of the key skills you will learn:
Foraging and preparation of fish and shellfish, including food safety
Use of creels
Edible seaweeds and coastal plants
Tidal cycles and food availability
Cooking methods - direct cooking on fire (e.g. hot rock cooking, grilling)
Knife and saw use and a carving project
Fire making using friction and sparks - including wet weather conditions
Fire construction and uses
Water collection and preparation from terrestrial sources
Price: £130 per person
Location: Moidart, 35 miles west of Fort William.
Duration: 1 day - 09.30 - 17.00
Group size: usually 3-8 people - we keep groups small to minimise our impact on this pristine environment.
Facilities: Drinking water, basic provisions, foraged coastal food available. NB unless you need additional food for health reasons you are requested not to bring any.
What to bring: course-specific kit list