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Snow Shelters: Why We Don’t Build Igloos In The Forest
Traditional igloos are tundra shelters, with other snow shelters or snowhouses being favoured in the forest. But modern Ice Box gadgets blur this boundary...
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Fun In The Swellies: Fighting The Tide In The Menai Strait
Paul Kirtley, Ray Goodwin & some of the Frontier gang take canoes to the salty, tidal water of the Menai Strait and experience the treacherous Swellies...
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Weirs, Waves & World Heritage: Adventure On The River Dee
We take on the section of the River Dee from Llangollen to Overton Bridge, a section which contains some nice white water, a great surf waves and some weirs that command respect. This section is crossed by the famous Pontcysyllte aquaduct, a World Heritage site. Joined by some of the Frontier Bushcraft team as well as Ray Goodwin and Lina, this 16m (10 mile) day trip made the perfect December microadventure by canoe...
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#AskPaulKirtley Episode 44 - Choosing Companions For Trips, Food For Expeditions, Foraging For Calories, Hydration On Hikes, Tree and Plant ID Guides http://pkblog.it/2hSO6Jx
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Thumbing The Map: How To Keep Track Of Where You Are
Where was I again? Thumbing the map is a navigational technique which allows you to quickly and easily keep track of where you are...
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Canoeing The Spey With Kevin, Ray & Justine part 9 - Teaching Kevin To Make Campfire Coffee
Kevin learns the secret tecnhique of dropped coffee is not as easy as it looks.
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Frontier Bushcraft Team Canoeing Weekend - Winter 2016
The Frontier Bushcraft team take to three varied canoeing venues in North Wales as part of their annual end-of-season canoeing weekend...
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#AskPaulKirtley Episode 46: Bushcraft Events in 2017, Tinders For Flint & Steel, Shelter Roofs Holding Snow, Smocks vs Anoraks, Wild Camping (again) http://pkblog.it/2j09mum
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#AskPaulKirtley Episode 45 http://pkblog.it/2iVTE6G
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How I Carved A Knife In A Log
Paul 'Spoons" Nicholls explains how he went about creating one of his trademark knife-in-a-log wood carvings...
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Canoeing The Spey With Kevin, Ray & Justine part 12 - Battle To The Sea
A strong northerly headwind makes the last day on the Spey hard work for Kevin, Justine, Ray and Paul, ending in a battle for the last few miles...
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Canoeing The Spey With Kevin, Ray & Justine part 11 - The Final Day Starts With Poignant Reflection
The last day of the Spey trip. Kevin talks about what the trip has meant to him, the importance of friends and the significance of nature...
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Bushcraft Courses and Expeditions

Frontier Bushcraft provides high quality bushcraft courses and wilderness expeditions.

We are committed to providing you with the highest quality instruction and unparalleled wilderness experiences.

The school was set up by Paul Kirtley with the aim of not only teaching wilderness skills but also taking people to, and guiding people in, wilderness areas where these skills can be fully utilised.

Experience, Confidence and Self-Reliance

The emphasis of our bushcraft courses and wilderness expeditions is on you gaining first hand experience of applying the skills taught and negotiating the terrain of the environments visited.

We encourage confidence and self-reliance as part of your outdoors mindset, all while under the expert guidance of our course/expedition leaders.

First-Rate Instructors and Guides

Frontier Bushcraft course and expedition leaders are hand-picked for their experience, professionalism and friendliness. They are dedicated outdoors men and women, who earn their living from teaching and guiding people in the great outdoors.

Teaching courses and guiding expeditions is what we do. It’s not a hobby or a holiday job or a sideline. It’s how we make our living. Hence our commitment to you: providing the highest quality instruction and unparalleled wilderness experiences.
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Frontier Bushcraft Ltd. PO Box 68161 London N1 2DB United Kingdom