Location: Bay of Fundy, Saint John, New Brunswick. Photo credit: Adam Constantine
A minimum of 4 hours of instruction shall be added to the course length of the skills course to which this module is attached; either Wilderness Camping or Camping Leadership.
- Food and wilderness cooking
- Expedition navigation skills.
- Expedition planning and logistics.
- Leadership and long-term crisis management.
- Working with and organizing unique transportation to the put-in including float planes or water taxis.
- Shipping boats, gear, and weapons including the potential logistical issues of firearms and ammunition.
- Use of archived trip logs or first-hand local information from a non-paddler as a source of information for research or lessons-learned
- Methods for efficient information sharing among the group in relation to trip planning. These could include (but not limited to) the internet, Google Maps, weather forecasting services, etc.
- Trip planning techniques where there is a lack of resources or knowledge including poor or outdated maps, limited online resources or local knowledge.
- Refer to the prerequisites for the skills course to which this module is attached; either Wilderness Camping or Camping Leadership.
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Camping Program Committee who is responsible for the development and maintaince of this course.