Bushcraft Courses by Natural Pathways
Covid-19 Update - Natural Pathways Bushcraft Re-Opening!
Bushcraft day or half day courses and Nature Connected Coaching
We are delighted to announce that we have now reopened for both family and adult bushcraft day or half-day courses! Offering courses for single-households or courses for up to 5 people from different households. (We will be following government guidelines and social distancing.)
You can choose from our advertised courses by clicking on the course page and choosing a date.
Or contact us to book a bespoke course and arrange a date that is mutually convenient. You can choose the skills your family or group would like to cover on your unique bushcraft day.
Escape to the beautiful woods! Unwind, relax, play, explore and discover new skills.
Light fires, play nature-based games, forage wild foods, build a survival shelter, cook over a camp-fire, track wild animals, whittle, eat a wild nettle, lash a bushcraft chair together, tune in with the trees and plants.
What will you choose?
Nature Connected Coaching with Hannah
We are also pleased to announce that we are taking bookings for our Nature Connected Coaching with Hannah. This will be conducted outside with social distancing, either a walk within the woodland or sitting by a campfire. Nature Connected Coaching allowing nature to bring a sense of peace and relaxation and the coaching process assisting you to discover your inner truths, answers and strengths.
If you prefer, Coaching via Zoom is available to.
Natural Pathways Bushcraft has been established since 2002 and offer courses that appeal to many different people from all walks of life. Perhaps you’re keen to learn bushcraft and survival skills so you can experience the natural environment in confidence, maybe you’re a keen walker or backpacker who wishes to be better equipped for the wild, a parent who wants their child to be confident sleeping out under the stars, a teacher who feels learning survival skills are an essential part of education or possibly you’re a youth worker who believes that youngsters learning to work together as a team in a natural environment is a crucial part to your programme or even a company director who wants a fun day out with your staff.
We provide a broad range of Survival Bushcraft and Nature Awareness Courses conducted in the depths of Kentish woodland, below is a brief description of some of what we offer.
Discovery Basic Survival - This stimulating and informative bushcraft course covers the basic and essential skills of Wilderness Survival, Bushcraft and Nature Awareness. Natural Pathways’ instructors will guide, support and encourage as you embrace the skills.
We believe it is essential that you have plenty of practical hands on experience in-order for you to be able to master each skill so subsequently you feel confident and at home in a natural environment. This course is ideal for anyone new to bushcraft or anyone wanting to brush up on their skills.
Foraging and Wild-Cooking - Many people are wanting to learn how to safely forage wildfoods. Expert, forager Carol Hunt has been foraging since a child. Carol will guide you how to harvest edible wild plants and guide you on what to avoid. She will then show you how to prepare and cook a three course meal over the campfire.
Staff Making Day - Make your own beautiful and unique Staffs. Andrew Duncan from Natural Pathways made Staffs for Merlin and the Witch from the BBC Merlin Series 4 and 5.
Recently, far more women are taking an interest in Bushcraft and want to ...also our favourite bushcraft books learn about these fascinating earth living skills. As a result of this change some women were expressing a desire to learn these skills in the company of other women, so in 2007 Natural Pathways launched their first ever Women’s Discovery Course. Female instructors run this course providing lots of practical hands on experience in a relaxed environment.
Natural Pathways is well known for their Wilderness Family Camps ...provides a fun, safe learning experience and provides a fun, safe learning experience for the whole family. We believe in keeping our camps small and creating a small community in the woodland. Cooking on fires, building shelters, exploring and playing together adds to this memorable family experience. We offer a Weekend Family Bushcraft Camp and a Three day Wilderness Family Camp.
Other Family Events include our Childrens Mini Survival Adventure, a three hour event for your budding young bushcrafters to create their own Survival Camp plus a more in depth bushcraft course our Family Bushcraft Day and our Wildlife Skulls, Scats and Tracks family day. A day of discovery, learning about our wild native animals. All these events are repeated throughout the year.
Children aged 10 and over can also attend the Foraging and Wild Cooking and Staff Making events.
For many years now we have provided programmes for many organisations that work with youth groups. Our events provide the opportunity for groups to work together in a natural environment assisting them in problem solving, communication, building confidence and self esteem.
The natural environment provides many opportunities for learning and is ...in the depths of Kentish woodlandan invaluable educational resource. Many of the subjects covered in bushcraft and nature awareness are linked with the national curriculum. Our school programmes are flexible enough to meet any teacher’s needs and events can be designed to compliment school subjects.
Nature Connected Life Coaching. Hannah offers out-door based life-coaching near Canterbury in Kent or video-call coaching for those who don't live near-by.
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