2019 Advanced Bushcraft


2019 Advanced Bushcraft

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)


October 11-13, 2019

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This 3-day class taught by James Gibson will teach the students a wide variety of Bushcraft skills such as friction fires, flint knapping, cordage making, improvised containers, wild edibles, primitive trapping/fishing, game preparation, and much more.

Gear Requirements:

Hiking boots (broken in), fixed blade knife with sheath, cap or bandana, small day pack, clothing appropriate for the season, water container, rain gear (jacket or poncho), lunch or snacks easily prepared in the field. Students may camp on the property at no cost, or stay in one of several nearby hotels. Each class is limited to 12 students.

Upon successful completion, a class knife and certificate of training are awarded to the student.

Gear Purchase Discounts

Use coupon code training-gear to receive a 20% discount on all training gear purchased from our store.


Randall’s Adventure & Training – Gallant, AL. Please read the FAQs concerning the venue.


2 reviews for 2019 Advanced Bushcraft

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Doug Gregg (verified owner)

    Awesome class! I learned more in the few days of this class then over 40 years on my own going out into the wild woods of the Appalachian mountains. Fire making, shelter building, traps, spears, fish baskets, knife handling, water procurement, edible plants, this class has it all and more. Tips and secrets were freely given to me that I have been working at for 40 years. A great group of instructors and a great location. Spend the money to get the experience and knowledge rather then buying a new knife or gun. You’ll be glad you did.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Josh Edwards

    Great class, the instructors were a wealth of knowledge and took their time to ensure everyone got what they wanted out of class. Over the 5 days of class there was so many things covered from primitive fire to trapping/skinning/cooking, we made primitive hunting tools and even finished the week of with spoon carving. If you can only take one class from ESEE I would recommend this one, I could see this being a recurring class for me, I could see getting new information every time you take it.

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