The Survival Hunter


Weekend or dates to suit you.

Age 18+

Minimum group size - 10

Maximum group size - 20

 We can accommodate larger groups with prior notice

The Survival Hunter 


Want to learn more about bushcraft and survival? Learn how to hunt, trap, skin, butcher and cook wild game "hooves, paws, or wings" (options - Deer, rabbit, or pigeon/pheasant/partridge) around an open fire on a private woodland camp site where you are the only guests.


Friday night - Arrive late afternoon/early evening; get set up in your bell tents; massive venison stew pre-cooked for you; optional ferro rods and tinder bundles fire lighting techniques; kick back relax and celebrate around the fire. 


Saturday - Big cooked breakfast; knife skills and traps, throwing axes, optional set up tarps to sleep under for the woodland survival experience; wild game prep and butchery; firelighting skills and fires; cook & feast; chill out next to the fires or take a taxi to one of a few friendly locals. 


Sunday - Bacon rolls; get packed up; air rifle marksmanship in the woods or clay pigeon shooting off-site. If you want you can choose from one the activities on the "Adrenalin Adventurer" package or if you'd prefer to stay in the woods try our "Bushcrafter" package.


Pricing options: All prices are per person.

Saturday only with no camping - £150

Arrive Sat morning and leave after breakfast on Sunday - £230

Above Option 2 with the air rifle or clay pigeon shooting - £290

Arrive Friday night and leave after breakfast on Sunday (no shooting) - £290

The full Survival Hunter weekend - £340

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Booking & further details

All you need to do is contact Spirited Adventure

and we'll call you back and arrange your Adventure with you

To Book and discuss your requirements please fill in this form making sure you include a phone number so we can text to let you know to look out for an email which may go into your junk/spam folder.

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Hi James, 


It’s Aron (the stag) from this weekend. 


Firstly, I’d like to thank you and the guys for a lovely weekend (it is definitely one to remember)! You were great hosts, and it was an amazing introduction into bushcraft and wild camping.


I’ve been speaking to the lads today and a few of them are really keen to take up bushcraft as a serious hobby. Are you open to having a call to answer a couple of questions on the best to way to start the hobby as beginners?