Survival Skills in the Wilderness / Sunday November 11, 2012
This class could save your life. Feel confident hiking New Mexico’s wilderness, ranging from Sonoran desert to arctic alpine life zones. A morning class at 8,600 feet elevation precedes an afternoon hike; putting into practice the techniques learned. Real life examples are cited, where some survived and others didn’t. Favorite topics include lightning, wilderness hazards, weather signs and orienting with and without a map or compass. Learn endurance techniques, the ten essentials, first aid shortcuts and more.
When: Sunday November 11, 2012
Where: Santa Fe Community College / 6401 Richards Ave. Santa Fe, NM 87508
Time: 8:00 to 4:00 pm
Max. Attendees: 16
Website/Blog Address: www.sfcc.edu