Could you survive alone in a wild and remote environment? For many of us that are used to the wealth of technology and amenities which our modern world provides.
The answer is probably no, and it is something that more and more people are seeking to address by taking part in an expert-run survival course.
From remote mountainous terrain, to snow carpeted arctic landscapes, these courses take place in a diversity of environments, and will give you the knowledge, skills and techniques required to survive in even the most challenging situations!
Held in the Inverpolly National Nature Reserve in the heart of the remote and rugged Scottish Highlands, this 7 day course will teach you the skills and techniques needed to survive in wild and challenging terrain.
From canoeing through vast lochs and rivers, scaling rugged peaks, wild camping and swimming, food foraging and spotting an array of rare wildlife such as golden eagles, red deer and otters, this activity-filled course offers the chance to experience the breathtaking beauty of the Scottish Highlands, whilst gaining a wealth of new skills and knowledge!
Yes, for most courses the age limit is 18, however, True Ways also offers children’s courses aimed at 7 to 11 year olds, and Teen Survival Courses for ages 12 to 17 .
Yes, upon completion of the course, all participants are awarded a certificate.
Yes, courses include transport from a nearby train station/pick up point point. For international courses, flights/transport to the host country are not included, though in-country transport is covered.
Although Trueways Survival provide a number of specialist items for each course, participants are required to bring some basic items with them. For more details, check the ‘Equipment’ section under your course page of choice.
For all courses, food and accommodation is provided for the entire duration.
Give back with a sustainable approach to natural resource management, job creation schemes, water and sanitation projects and youth development.
Discover Europe by hopping on and off trains as much as you like with one mega pass.
Reaching the summit of Everest is a death defying feat of huge physical and mental fortitude, but there's an almost equally rewarding himalayan trek just reaching base camp at a whopping 17,900 feet above sea level.