About The Wilderness Project
At the Wilderness Project, we provide amazing countryside experiences and highly respected training courses centred on our passion for the great outdoors and making it accessible to all. From bushcraft courses to navigation training, craft workshops to outdoor first aid, our highly experienced team will guide you on your wilderness journey.
The countryside should be for everyone and we’re proud to regularly work with people of all ages and backgrounds from: schools, special needs groups, charities, businesses, outdoor/adventure organisations and the general public.
We are based in Rhayader in beautiful mid-Wales with a bushcraft camp set in a 200 acre site on the banks of the River Wye and access to the stunning Elan Valley. We like to travel too and can be found running outdoor first aid courses, bushcraft courses, navigation training and other events all over the country.
The Wilderness Project is part of the Learn Outdoors organisation. If you’d like to find out more about our work with young people and the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, please take a look at www.learn-outdoors.co.uk