Much of our time, energy, and resources are devoted to our Apprenticeship Program and supporting our Apprentices on their journey. In addition, we host public courses and workshops (listed below) on a variety of outdoor skills, traditional craft, and in-depth self-reliance.
Field Courses are held at our 300-acre Field Site near Ward, Colorado. Front-country Classes are held near our office in Lafayette, Colorado.
Come to our field site over our 320 acres for more than 4 days of learning, practicing, and living the skills that it takes to make it in the wild.
Go beyond backpacking and touch the earth a little more. Get to know the plants and animals more intimately and learn the tools of the bushcraft trade.
Learn the art (and science) of building a bow over 2 ½ days of hands-on experience.
Bare-handed basketry and artwork at once. Ages-old weaving techniques plus a pack to be proud of!
Basic skills are being lost. Rekindle that know-how with knots, knives, fire-making, navigation, and more!
Winter makes everything harder. Learn to build emergency shelters, make fire in any conditions, ‘make’ water, and signal for help.
Gone Feral takes the Management, Marketing, and Sales team from Boulder Beer Company out for a day of fun, learning to make fire.
We host groups at our 300-acre Field Site north of Ward, Colorado, amid the wildness of the upper Montane forests of the Rocky Mountains. With so much space so close to home, it’s easy to get away from it all yet not spend half the day in the car.
Whether yours is a group of 2 or 200, we’ll guide your tender feet along the paths of wilderness survival – to wilderness thrival. Packages are custom-designed to meet the needs and size of your group.
The goals of Gone Feral’s private wilderness survival programs are to: