Humans often relax by communing with nature: hiking through mountains, paddling down rivers, and eating berries indiscriminately. Get your fill of nature with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $55 for urban or wilderness survival class for one (a $125 value)
- $99 for urban or wilderness survival class for two (a $250 value)
- $349 for in-home or in-office personalized preparedness course with Shane "White Feather" Hobel (a $695 value)
Urban/city survival and preparedness classes cover subjects such as planning evacuation, finding food for survival situations, finding or creating shelter, starting fires, and locating and purifying water. The wilderness survival classes focus on the Seven Arrows: shelter, water, fire, food, tracking, awareness, and movement.
With a Preparedness Plan, students undergo a personal, customized evaluation from founder Shane "Whitefeather" Hobel, in which he teaches them to prep their homes or offices for the worst-case scenario.
Mountain Scout Survival School
Even the most optimistic of optimists knows that natural disasters happen. Whether it's due to extreme weather or fire-breathing lizards, all the amenities of modern civilization could quickly crumble, leaving humans to rely on their wit, grit, and determination to survive. Like a grown-up version of the boys and girls scouts, Mountain Scout Survival School instills students with the skills to endure and prepare for the worst of scenarios without succumbing to disaster-movie panic.
The school is led by founder Shane "White Feather" Hobel, who has nature in his nature. Connected to the earth though his Native American heritage, Hobel's outdoor expertise has earned raves from the New York Times and has been chronicled on the National Geographic Channel's Doomsday Preppers. During his courses—held in Central Park—Shane teaches his students outdoor practicality, including building ropes, hunting and foraging, and surviving the predators of the wild, such as traveling salesmen. For more personalized preparation, Shane journeys to his clients' homes and offices to devise evacuation plans, which may include forging an escape rope out of the pages of a Dilbert desk calendar.