In this busy, modern world, we often forget to pause and bask in the beauty of the natural world that surrounds us. The constant hustle and bustle of our daily routines can leave us feeling disconnected from the magic that's always present.
At Dorlindon's Lost Trails, we offer a chance to immerse yourself in the enchanting mysteries of nature. Our workshops are a portal to a realm of ancient knowledge, where you can tap into the primal wisdom of the wilderness and awaken your senses to the wonders of the natural world.
Our mission is to help you forge a deeper bond with nature, to unravel the secrets of the wild, and to embrace the mystical energy that permeates all of creation. In this fast-paced world, it's easy to lose sight of the enchantment that surrounds us, but our workshops offer a gateway to rediscovering the magic that lies within.
Imagine learning to summon fire without the aid of modern tools, or discovering how to find and purify water in the wild. Envision yourself communing with the spirits of the forest, and learning the ancient art of tracking the movements of the wildlife that roam within.
Our workshops are a journey of self-discovery and adventure, a quest to uncover the mysteries of the natural world and to awaken the mystical forces that lie dormant within us all. Let us guide you on a transformative path of enlightenment and wonder, as we explore the hidden realms of nature together.
The day will cover water gathering and purification followed by fire making and safety, there is an hours break then we will move on to tarp set ups and knots and ending the day making a natural shelter and then practicing leave no trace.
The first half of the day will start with a talk on knife, saw and axe safety followed by a practice session of basic cutting and wood splitting techniques, there will be an hour break and the rest of the day will be carving a number of spoons.
We will go on a two-hour walk talking about the different plant and tree benefits we find along the way.
The day will start with some theory on animal types and the different types of animal groups there are in the surrounding environment, followed by a show and talk of what you can find in the woods (nests, eggs, skulls, pellets etc.) and we will also learn what questions to ask so we can assess what you have found. Then the rest of the day we will be out walking around to see what tracks we find and how to identify them as well as talking about habits and habitats.
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