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Ages: 18+

Some women have a deep drive within to return to the wilderness and discover who they are there. This weekend is for them. Join us and see what you can do in regards to living 48 hours close to the earth.  In this class you will be learning primitive skills that will provide you with a sense of independence and confidence in the woods. With basecamp staff cooking healthy, hot meals for us, we are free to focus on learning how to build our own fires and create our own shelters which we can choose to sleep in if we want. The awareness skills will allow you to move on the landscape as part of the natural baseline. We will explore the beautiful high country way up the mountain and learn other basic skills such as how to find and purify water, make cordage, and learn the basics of animal tracking. Through music and movement, we will also enjoy time around the central fire to share and rediscover our roles as women and caretakers of the Earth. Tent camping or sleeping under the stars together bring us home again.  A sweat lodge will complete the journey by taking us within.  A sense of adventure is required.  We are keeping this group small so we can enjoy a strong sense of community between us.  Email katie@coyotetrails.org for more information.


Arrive: Friday, September 15th at 4pm for registration/set up (in time for 6pm dinner)
Depart: Sunday, September 17th at 3pm
Tuition: $240 (deposit of $50 due upon registration to secure your spot)
Location: Coyote Trails Wilderness Campus, Ashland, Oregon


Gear list & other details provided in welcome letter upon completion of registration.