Austin, TX: Women's Wilderness Survival School - October 28th - 29th, 2017

Austin, TX: Women's Wilderness Survival School - October 28th - 29th, 2017

Austin, TX: Women's Wilderness Survival School - October 28th - 29th, 2017

Trip Dates

Oct 28th -Oct 29th, 2017

Trip Style Trip Style

Bohemian Comfort - Authentic and true immersive experience! Sleep in tents, eat simple, delicious and healthy food and get cozy and intimate with your fellow Betties! Might have to arrange somethings on your own such as ground transportation or do a more extensive preparation than you might in other trip styles*

Convenient Comfort – Minimum effort on your part! Sleep in a room which you might share with one other Betty, eat prepared meals that are hearty and healthy and prepare minimally as the rest is provided. In most cases, ground transportation is included*

Luxury Comfort - Just show up and the rest is covered. Sleep with comfort in a nice bed with luxury linen, eat gourmet food, drink wonderful wine and get plenty of rest before your full day of adventure. Ground transportation is included and all of your gear is provided*

*Air transportation is not included in Bold Betties adventures

Adventure Rating Adventure Rating

This is a great entry level trip for newcomers or Betties looking build confidence outdoors. Expect 2-5 hours of activity a day on mostly flat or slightly hilly terrain with the occassional steep and/or uneven trail. You'll travel approximately 4-6 miles per day and experience moderate elevation/altitude changes.

Moderately difficult featuring more hills and mountain terrain, but still accessible for Betties inexperienced in outdoor adventure. Expect 4-6 hours of activity covering up to 10 miles a day. Expect steep and uneven trails and altitudes up to 10,000 ft.

Challenging adventures for Betties who are fit adventurers and possess a basic skill set for the outdoors. Expect 5-8 hours of activity per day over a variety of exposed terrain and steep uneven trails. Distances up to 12 miles per day and altitudes up to 14,000 ft.

Designed for the most experienced Betties who are do adventures on a regular basis. You'll be taken to remote locations over exposed, uneven and challenging terrain, requiring 10+ hours of activity per day and distances of 12+ miles. Altitudes could exceed 14,000 ft.

Adventure Type Adventure Types

Skill Building

Skill Building

Total Spots



$ 190.00

Use Code: WILDERNESSSURIVIVAL2017 before June 23rd for $25 off this event! 


Join Bold Betties and Earth Native School for a two-day basic wilderness survival and self-reliance course and learn natural resource based primitive wilderness survival skills utilized by indigenous populations for hundreds of thousands of years. These skills have served human kind for hundreds of thousands of years and require no modern materials or supplies. 

Are you and your loved ones prepared? 

Natural disasters of historical size like Superstorm Sandy are becoming more and more common. As we know, in a crisis like this, societal supply and power lifelines that we count on in our day to day lives break down. In this more volatile world you can't afford not to prepare yourself and your family in advance. 

Each year we hear countless stories of ordinary people who are thrust into unexpected survival situations. Do you have the skills necessary to take care of yourself or your family if you were lost, in a natural disaster, or injured away from immediate help?

Additionally, these skills can be a really fun pursuit for Betties to learn to enhance your camping and outdoor trips and experiences. 



Class topics will include: fire by friction, basic shelter building, trapping small game, local edible and medicinal plants, water collection and purification, making rope from plants, basic land navigation utilizing the sun and the stars, creating a survival kit for your car and backpack, how to prepare an emergency plan for yourself and your family and more.

Details: This class is part lecture and part hands on participation. A detailed list of what to bring will be emailed to you after you register/prior to the class.

This is not an overnight course. The hours each day are from 9am-5pm. If you are coming from out of town and would like to camp on our land, this is possible for an additional $10 per night, per tent. Bathrooms and showers are available.  

Class Cost: $190 per person

Class Dates: October 28th and 29th, 2017

Class Times: 9am-5pm each day

Class Location: Our campus in Bastrop, TX at 137 Woodview Lane


Other Information: 

Medical & Release Form:
All participants MUST have filled out our online Medical & Release Form. Please do so within 24 hours of enrollment. Medical & Release Form LINK
What to wear:
Please wear closed toe shoes and dress for the forecasted weather, as we will be outside all day. Bug spray is recommended as well.
What to bring:
Chair - Each student should bring their own folding chair.
Packed Lunch - Please bring a lunch and any other snacks you might want during the day. There will be a lunch break both days but there will not be time to go into town for lunch.
Water Bottle - Please bring a full water bottle both days. Water will be available for re-filling bottles.
Non-Folding Knife - Please bring a quality, sharp non-folding knife to class both days. If you do not already own a quality non-folding knife, we will have really great knives for sale at class for $20-40 (cash/check please).
Notebook and Pen/Pencil
Optional – Camera
Camping is available at our land for a small additional fee ($10 per night, per tent.) If you did not select this option during registration, but would like to camp please email us. Reservations are required. Bathrooms with showers are on-site.


We'll email you the handout attachments closer to the event date. Deadline to RSVP is October 14th, 2017

Note:  Photos are for illustration purposes only and are not of the actual experience and setting.

Austin, TX: Women's Wilderness Survival School - October 28th - 29th, 2017

Oct 28th -Oct 29th, 2017

$ 190.00

Dates: October 28th and 29th