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WA | Hike | Learn Knots, Tarp Shelters, and Fire

An interpretive/educational hike through St. Edwards Park opens this day of learning how to tie useful knots, layout tarp shelters, and how to create fire in a variety of ways.
We will make nettle tea and learn calming breathing techniques. Other hot topics are strategic set-up of shelter to anticipate the elements, and forest respect.
Dressing in layers is advised, and bring a small cushion, towel, or yoga mat to sit on. We will provide cordage and marshmallows!

Nearest City: Kirkland, WA
Maximum Participants: 6
Seasonal Availability:
Dry-Season Only
Winter Only
Year-Round
Very Limited
State: Washington
Start Time: 10:00am
Meet-up Location: St. Edwards Park main parking lot
Difficulty:
Easy
Intermediate
Hard
Extreme
Duration:
1-2 Hours
2-4 Hours
4+ Hours
Minimum age of Participants:
No Children
0-5 Years
6-12 Years
13+ Years
About Me: We are a nature-loving couple roaming around the Pacific Northwest hanging hammocks, forest bathing, typing tarp shelters, and cooking gourmet food in the outdoors. We offer an antidote to the stressful, overly busy lifestyle of modern society with an emphasis on mindfulness, self-reliance, and connection to the natural world.
Certifications I Have: 200-hour yoga certification, Reiki Level II, Reflexology certificate, ServSafe certified, King Co Food Handlers certification
Provided Gear: Cordage, tarps, hammocks, marshmallows and skewers
Required Gear: Walking shoes, sit cushion or mat, drinking water
Nice-To-Have Gear: sunglasses, hat, notepad, snacks
Dog Friendly:
Yes
No