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. Scroll down to view the details on our Corporate Events & Private Programs.
Field Courses are held at our 300-acre Field Site near Ward, Colorado. Front-country Classes are held near our office in Lafayette, Colorado. Local driving directions are provided upon registration.
February 10-11 - Learn to build emergency wintertime shelters, make fire in any conditions, ‘make’ water, stay warm in winter, and signal for help.
May 26 - Basic skills are being lost. Rekindle that know-how with our introductory outdoor course: knots, knives, fire-making, navigation, and more!
July 14 - Sometimes called 'passive hunting', trapping is far more calorie-efficient than its hunting cousin. It's a skill that the student of longterm survival will absolutely want to learn and practice.
July 15 - Learn the basic blacksmithing techniques of annealing, shaping, hardening, and tempering as you craft your own wicked-sharp 'wallet' knife that's guaranteed to be the sharpest knife you own.
July 21 - Learn to use and care for the four main tools of the bushcraft trade in this one-day introductory course. Knife, axe, saw, and crooked/hook knife will be covered in detail. Get your hands busy using these traditional tools of the woodsman.
August 4 & 5 - Make your own tools in this two-day bushcraft course: knife, saw, and crooked/hook knife. Your hands will be busy for two days straight, crafting these tools from reclaimed steel and what can be found around you.
Gone Feral takes the Management, Marketing & Sales Team from Boulder Beer Company out for a day of fun, learning to make fire.
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We'll custom design you and yours a one-of-a-kind program. From bushcraft and survival to bow-carving and basketry. Tracking and woodlore to knots and knifecraft.
Contact us to Create Your Own Epic.
Looking for a non-competitive, comaraderie-building group experience for your team? You've just found it.
At Gone Feral, we laugh at the conventional, one-winner 'team-building' exercises in Corporate America. You won't find cheesy balloon races or go-carts here.
We take your team into the wilderness for a day of practical-learning. Make fire from sticks. Build shelters. Craft packs and gear from the land.
Here, it's all about working together, not apart. When one succeeds, we all succeed. Team-building happens.
We host groups at our 300-acre Field Site northwest 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.
Packages are custom-designed to meet the needs and size of your group, whether 2 or 200.
The goals of Gone Feral’s Corporate Wilderness Programs are to:
Interested? Email our Private Event Coordinator to fill out our intake form. Let's get the conversation started.
Let's get you into the woods.