Natural Pathways is a bushcraft school based in south east England in the county of Kent. The School was set up in 2002 and in the last eight years has successfully run courses and camps in essential survival skills and nature awareness for many organisations such as Kent County Council Key Training Services, Opportunities Plus, Motiv8, Kentish Stour Countryside Project and many schools throughout the county. Natural Pathways also provides courses for the general public including their well-known Wilderness Family Camps.
Natural Pathways offer courses that appeal to a great diversity of people from many disparate backgrounds. We offer a broad range of bushcraft and nature awareness courses conducted within beautiful woodland surroundings in Kent, the Garden of England.
We provide wilderness education for business and schools providing teambuilding for groups, youth programme's and character building workshops for childern. We will demonstrate to you how to survive in a woodland or forest environment, displaying the importance of living in harmony with nature and your part in this.
Being a bushcraft skills school our wish is to provide you with an understanding and experience of surviving in the wilderness, through primitive and modern survival skills within relaxed surroundings with like-minded people from all walks of life.
We offer a fresh look at our natural world and our relationship within it. One where you can explore beyond the normal skills offered, where you can connect on a much deeper level, raising your awareness about nature and the nature spirits that live within all things.