£2,950 + VAT

group cost for up to 10 participants

18 Hours

Course Information

Learn new skills Bear Grylls style on our overnight adventure - what will your group do to survive?

This tailored overnight camping adventure is a great introduction to learn wilderness survival skills with your group.

It teaches Bear’s tried and tested survival techniques and is lead by his expert, knowledgeable and experienced instructors. Learn how to set traps & snares and identify animal runs, to forage for wild edible food to supplement your diet, how to build your emergency survival shelter and create a fire that will keep you alive. Although only an overnight course, lots is packed in, its fast and dynamic.

You will move through the terrain fast and efficiently and learn how to navigate without a compass. For your evening meal, and cooked over an open fire, you'll prepare wild game such as fish, rabbit or pigeon. By night you will learn more skills with astro navigation techniques and preparing your camp to keep everyone safe overnight. Day two will rise early with some situation awareness training and self defence followed by a casualty evacuation exercise. Put all your new-found skills to practice to get your whole group safely back to civilisation.

  • Learn how to identify animal runs and lay traps and snares
  • Build an emergency survival shelter
  • Make a signal fire
  • Learn useful and lifesaving knots.
  • Learn how to camouflage and conceal yourself from wild animals.
  • Navigation techniques
  • Wild food preparation.
  • Astro navigation
  • Forage for wild edible food.
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  • Each course runs from 15:00 to 10:00 the following day.
  • The cost of £2950 is for up to 10 participants. Additional participants (group size maximum is 16 participants) will be charged at £150 per person.
  • The group can be made up of family groups (children aged over 8) or adults on their own.
  • Inclusive of an evening meal and breakfast, the accommodation you build and all survival equipment is on loan for the duration of the course, including: knife, mug, sleeping bag and liner, sleeping mat, rucksack and liner, head torch and water bottle.
  • On successful completion of the course, participants will receive a Bear Grylls Survival Academy badge, Buff, beanie hat and digital certificate
  • A 25% deposit payment is required to secure your group booking, with full payment due 60 days prior to the course start date.
    Please contact the office for more information.
    NOTE: All deposits are non-refundable.

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South Downs (near London)
Though less than an hour from London by train, this landscape has plenty of difficult terrain, including rivers, lakes, steep ascents and undulating countryside. In British winter and summer conditions alike, it will be a challenging and demanding environment in which to survive.

These items will all help you to survive! Please note, all of the clothing and equipment that you bring must be appropriate to the environment and the time of year. This is just a guide and you may not require all the kit. Your instructors will let you know what to take out into the wilderness on arrival-any extra kit can be secured at base camp.

…and don't forget a bag full of positive attitude!

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