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Outline Plan

A draft breakdown of the survival challenge weekend

Friday 2nd November

Participants arrive late afternoon/early evening and get launched straight into survival mode. Following an initial briefing, they will be expected to navigate to the base camp, start a fire, learn how to cook and prepare food in the wild (provided by us), and set up their shelter for the night (provided by us) before being given details of the challenge ahead,

Saturday 3rd November

A very early start for individuals to clear down their camp and head off on their journey to the river. Along the way they will need to collect essential items to help them survive the night and make their journey down the river the next day, as well as forage for food that will give them the energy to survive.

It will be a race against the clock to get to the site where they will need to build a shelter that will keep them dry and protect them from the chill of the November air during daylight hours. Team work will be essential if the group is to get a fire lit and dinner cooked, with enough time to start building their river transport that will get them to their final destination – the sea.

Sunday 4th November

By Sunday, participants will be challenging themselves on all levels, battling fatigue, hunger and physical exertion. It will be an extremely early start to clear all trace of the overnight camp before beginning the river descent to Dartmouth. This final challenge will test their resolve to survive under pressure before heading back to civilisation. The Survival Adventure will be over at lunchtime and participants will truly be able to say they have ‘survived the wild’.

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