8 hrs. course $90.00 -$150 No matter what time of year there is a day trip for you!
To Roderick Haig Park for this is a fascinating place to visit at any time of year, but particularly in early October during the run of the Adams River sockeye salmon. The Adams River has one of the largest Sockeye salmon runs in North America. Every fourth year is a “dominant” salmon run, with millions of fish to be seen (2018 - 22 will be dominant runs). The Adams River Salmon Society coordinate the celebration known as the “Salute to the Sockeye” during the dominant years. The following years are “sub-dominant” runs of sockeye: 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020, 2021. These years often have substantial returns of sockeye and offer excellent viewing opportunities. During the last three weeks of October in years where there isn’t a “dominant” or “subdominant” return, a small number of salmon begin their spawning cycle. The best place to view spawning salmon will be on the new viewing platform approximately 300m (984.3 ') west of the the parking lot. The 26 km (16.15miles) trail system is used for for hiking and mountain biking in summer and cross country skiing and snowshoeing in winter. Huihill Creek was recently added to Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park as a result of recommendations made in the Kamloops Land and Resources Management Plan and is now officially a portion of Roderick Haig-Brown Park. We'll show you different flora and fauna, what is edible, poisonous, and medicine. Or if you like we'll show you fire techniques, snare, construct numerous shelters, deadfall traps, pit traps, knot skills, Survival bows/crossbows, know how to make solar stills, how to collect and purify water, making wilderness teas, make lavatories in the wilderness and what to use if you got to wipe your bum, knowledge of hazards in the wilderness, how to make a wilderness survival kit, construction of fire with a Ferrocerium Rod, fire bundle, char cloth, Fatwood, and how to cook in the wilderness!
2 day course $500.00 Always be prepared
Are you prepared to deal with an unexpected night out? This course covers essential survival skills for hikers and snowshoers traveling in the backcountry of British Columbia. You will spend time learning about, hazardous situations recognition, emergency kits, survival psychology. During the practical field session in the local mountains, you will build your own emergency shelters and spend the night underneath the stars. After you experience a night out in the local mountains with minimum survival gear, you'll have the confidence to deal with any situation!
3 day course $750.00
This course is 3 days and 2 nights; in the local mountains you will build your own emergency shelters also learn about, hazardous situations, emergency kits, survival psychology, and Wilderness First Aid. We'll gather firewood look for edibles, and secure safe drinkable water with minimum survival gear, you'll have the confidence to deal with any situation!
1 week course $900.00 SURVIVAL
This course is 7 days and 6 nights of field training and includes "bushcraft" additions such as construction of primitive weapons, traps, and tools which may not be necessary for short term survival but adds an element of interest for individuals wishing to learn primitive skills, and if you like; you can see if you got what it takes to survive in a safe environment. Surviving off your wit and cunning alone!