“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.” – Henry David Thoreau
Our goal as guides is to provide you, your family or group with a safe, relaxing and enjoyable experience in the woods. The New England Region has some of the most exquisite scenery, wildlife and history North America has to offer. In our present day society we have lost touch with how our ancestors used to live. The experience of being in nature allows us to connect directly with the past, ourselves, each other and gives us a greater appreciation for the world around us.
These trips are not strenuous expeditions or survival scenarios designed to test your physical and mental limits. They are a retreat from the hustle and bustle of today’s modern world, giving you the space you need to reconnect with who you are and what this life is about. There is plenty of time for relaxing around camp, learning local and natural history, traditional bushcraft skills, hiking, exploring, swimming, yoga, meditation, photography…you name it.
Crawford Notch Camping – Harts Location, NH – Crawford Notch is the steep and narrow gorge of the Saco River in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. It was first discovered in 1771 by a hunter who was tracking a moose. It was a well used Native American trail but it is said there were no settlements inside … Continue reading Crawford Notch Camping
Nothing beats hanging out around a roaring fire on a beautiful New England day. We keep the coffee, tea and hot chocolate flowing as we talk about, demonstrate and practice traditional camp cooking skills used throughout the region. Brunch, bread & dessert baking demonstration – Dutch Oven, cast iron as well as other camp cooking techniques Basic bushcraft … Continue reading Traditional Camp Cooking Workshop