Wilderness Ways- Track Pack

November 30th, 2008 by

Length: 4 hour class

In a lot of disasters it may become necessary to leave the home. A backpack will make this trying situation better. This is why I call it a Track Pack, because you take it when you make tracks out of danger. It is key to think in minimalist terms which should be applied to all preparations to make them more achievable.  It should only weigh about 10 pounds and have a minimal amount of equipment.

Here at Ways Of The Wild Institute we teach students what items to place in a Track Pack. The Track Pack is something that you can take anytime you venture out your front door. I have seen and heard many people talking about the importance of taking a Track Pack with them out of doors but here we will show you exactly what to put in it and why. During the workshop students will be able to ask detailed questions about how to utilize anything in the pack  so if you ever needed it you could be successful with the tools you carry.

We teach two different Track Pack methods and each has a specific purpose. Both are covered in complete detail during this Track Pack Workshop.

Ages 8 through adult welcome. Ages 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

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