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What is the difference between bushcraft and survival is a normal question I get asked. Quite simply bushcraft is survival skills which are learnt and practiced so if in the unfortuante event you need to survive in the wild you will have knoledge and skill to aplly to your situation.
Bush Craft has been increasing more popular since it has been shown on tv with presenters like Bear Gryls and Ray Mears. Which is great to see so many people finding a intrest in the outdoors though this outlet.
We offer various bushcraft courses from:
Half day introduction
Full Weekends or weekdays
Full on is where we combine bushcraft with a expedition either by canoe or walking
We have found the sessions run best when they evolve around your background and experiance, we have experianced staff who have a great depth of knoledge which can be aplied to your needs.
We cover various topics in the session these can include:
fire by friction (various methods)
steel and flint
survial style starting with nothing
using tarps and hammocks
water and food
making/ collecting drinking water
food preparing and eating small game
Also at this Venue
- Adventure Beyond
- Canoeing with Adventure Beyond
- Rock Climbing with Adventure Beyond
- Coasteering with Adventure Beyond
- White Water Rafting with Adventure Beyond
- Adventure Beyond Abseiling
- Gorge Walking with Adventure Beyond
- Surfing with Adventure Beyond
- Kayaking with Adventure Beyond
- Paddle boarding with Adventure Beyond
- Improvised Raft building with Adventure Beyond
- Children's activities with Adventure Beyond
- Hill Walking with Adventure Beyond
- Sea Kayaking with Adventure Beyond
- White Water Tubing with Adventure Beyond
- Adventure Beyond Activity Organiser
- Credit cards accepted (with charge)
- Facilities for groups
- Facilities for educational visits
- Regional Tourist Board Member
- Welcome Host
- Accepts groups
- Facilities for corporate hospitality
- Children welcome
- Dogs accepted
Self-Assessed Accessibility Details
- The surface of the car park and pathway leading to entrance:
- is solid
- is gravel
- is grass
the ground changes at all the activity venues.
- Drop-off point for guests outside entrance
- The route from the parking area to the entrance:
- Has steps and no ramp
- Level access (no steps/thresholds) or access by ramp or lift:
- From the entrance to reception / ticket area
- Good contrast between the floor and walls
- Steps to the main entrance
- 1Number of steps to entrance
- Ramp to entrance
- Entrance is well lit
SN 177457 51.93650 -5.20557
Our booking office is in Cardigan however we run activities across West, South and Mid Wales.
One of our main activity venues in Pembrokeshire is Abereiddy where we run sea kayak and coasteering sessions. Surfing and climbing can be found a little further west of this location, with many river and sea activities heading to the north and east.
Call for more information on locations and a full list of activities or visit our website for more information.