Fire Lighting Craft Course near Kelowna – 1 half day

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Darryl Thompson, bush-crafter, survivalist, award winning gold panner and author of ‘Big Buck Bush Craft’ is providing this fire lighting craft course. You will learn how to light a fire without matches and with several techniques. You can book subsequent sessions to review and practice all you’ve learned and gain more survival skills from Darryl tips. This is a FUN course and is perfect for a parent and child team!

Location: Mission Creek – meet at Scenic Canyon Regional Park – Field Rd entrance.
Time of day: 14:00 – 17:00
Description: Choose your day in the booking calendar. Darryl is teaching maximum 4 students per session. He will provide one on one training in addition to group training each training session

Cost: Each session is $49 – Bring your own knife and canteen.

If you would like to book more than one person, please add the person to your booking.

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Darryl Thompson, award winning gold panner and author of 'Big Buck Bush Craft' is offering a one half day fire lighting craft course near Kelowna.
Find your favourite ferro fire starting kit, canteen and learn how to light a fire without matches.

Location: Mission Creek - meet at Scenic Canyon Regional Park, Field Road entrance.
Time of day: 14:00AM - 15:00 (2pm - 6pm)
Description: Choose your day in the booking calendar. Darryl is teaching maximum 4 students per day. He will provide one on one training in addition to group training during each fire lighting craft training session near Kelowna.

Cost: Each session is $49

Book one day at a time. Create as many bookings as you need.

3 reviews for Fire Lighting Craft Course near Kelowna – 1 half day

  1. Karen

    Great hands-on experience with tons of knowledge in chemical free, land friendly sustainable practices to start a fire!

    • Clayton Kessler

      You are such an enthusiastic student of bushcraft! What a pleasure it was to share our knowledge with you. Have fun on your next hike!

  2. Carol B

    So informative. Tips and tricks you need to know. Fire and friendship

    • Clayton Kessler

      Thanks for dropping by Carol! Hope to see you all out on the trail soon!

  3. Andrea Meyes

    This course was fun and informative! I feel confident in my ability to light a fire using the tools and guidance provided by this course (hint* no matches!).

    • Clayton Kessler

      Thank you Andrea! I hope you find lots of opportunity to practice the skills learned, in the BC backcountry!

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How To Light A Fire Without Matches

Step 1.

Fluff the fatwood by scraping the stick with the edge of your striker. If a hunting knife is available, use the BACK of the blade to fluff.

Step 2.

Practice getting a spark to land on the pile of fluffed fatwood by using your ferro rod and the edge of your striker.

Step 3.

Direct the sparks to the top of the pile of fluffed fatwood by using your QUICK-FIRE and the edge of the Striker. (Or use the back of a blade)