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 Camp Cooking and fire lighting is obviously very important, we teach this on the first day!!

 

Here is a selection of shelter techniques we use and teach, starting with the ever faithful tent!!!

 

A Quinzhee or Snow cave is a surprisingly very effective means of shelter in snow, and actually quite warm, we teach this method of shelter building to clients who have already completed our Bronze course due to the fact of being in the outdoors in what can be harsh conditions.

 Using a Tarp or a poncho is a very good, quick and easy means of shelter that can be used almost anywhere!

 

The Bivvy!! Popular with seasoned outdoors people and of course in military use, we teach how to build these in our Team Building and also our Adventure/Survival courses. Make sure you pay attention, your sleeping in them!!!

 The " A " Frame similar to the Bivvy

 Here is a selection of views of the stunning Brecon Beacons, as well as our Team Building and Adventure courses we also conduct guided tours for those of you who are interested in photography and art!!!

 

This is the Wreckage of flight MF-509, a R.A.F Wellington Bomber that crashed here on 20th November 1944 while on a training mission, the Canadian crew were killed. We take clients here as a point of historical interest, most lay a wreath or note of condolence and memory on the wreckage or the cairn. This site is at an altitude of 520 meters on Carreg Goch's S/W slope; we can incorporate this into the Waterfall walk.

 Day, Ewan & Haskell Bronze  Walk, April 2009.

 

Holden Jones Bronze Walk May 2009.

 You might even be lucky enough to encounter the famous wild Brecon ponies as we did here on the Holden-Jones Bronze course!

 A well earned pint in The White Hart!

Matthew McGurrell, Samantha Faiella & Sheldon Edwards Waterfall Walk