In this knot-tying class, join Kevin Estela as he guides students through the most effective ways to tie various knots used commonly in the great outdoors. Designed for all experience levels, this class will offer something for everyone with a combination of easy and difficult knots. Learn how to properly tie your shoes, lash a canoe to your roof, safely lift and lower objects, and much more. This is a hands-on seminar, and students will receive plenty of one-on-one instruction. Students are encouraged to take notes, photos, and short videos during the class to keep for future reference.
Kevin Estela, a bush craft and survival expert, is an avid world traveler and martial arts instructor. Kevin has worked with the History Channel and has been a featured guest on numerous broadcasts and podcasts. A sought-after speaker, he has written well over 100 articles for such publications as Survivor’s Edge, American Frontiersman and the RECOIL network. Kevin has recently authored a book entitled: 101 Skills You Need to Survive in the Woods.
Space is limited! Pre-registration is required.
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