At our wilderness 1-day workshops or 2-day wilderness weekends, we invite you as family, group of friends or single traveler to get an insight into self-sufficient bushcraft life and the skills and mindset it takes to survive and live within a natural environment.
Depending on your priorities, we'll focus on one or more bushcraft essentials like fire-making, shelter building, useful tools and how to use them effectively. We will also discuss things to consider, the right planning, mental and physical preparation as well as essentials to take with you on a trip into the backcountry.

It is an experience where everybody is not only invited to learn, but also to be creative and to put personal survival strategies, skills and ideas to a test.

During this workshop, you can tent in our rustic Canvas tents with wood stoves for a reduced rate.

This activity is also suitable as a teambuilding event for companies or groups of friends and families.


You want to know everything necessary to take a trip into wild backcountry? No matter if you seek to explore the wildernesses of Alaska, Canada, Patagonia, New Zealand, Greenland, Australia or the hinterland of Austria, with these backcountry navigation and camping basics you'll have the foundation and orientation you need. Join and learn how to work with a compass, read maps, pack efficiently and act informed in backcountry terrain and in regards to wildlife.

The workshop is divided into two parts, a basic instruction and a field practice over the course of two days each, so you'd be able to participate in the training on two weekends.
NOTE: Completion of the basic instruction is required to participate in the field practice.

Upon completion you'll receive a certificate of training.

During this workshop, you can tent in our rustic Canvas tents with wood stove for a reduced rate.


Do you want to learn how to tan hides? Learn this ancestral crafting technique at WILD NASSWALD with experienced deer, bear and bison hide tanning instructor Mackenzie. Mackenzie has a unique and respectful approach to tanning. As a vegetarian her compassion for animals and wildlife extents utilitarian boundaries of self-preservation and celebrates life of tanned animals through tender care and respectful reuse of gifted materials.

Since Mackenzie offers these workshops only on selected dates in the spring or fall, we ask people interested to contact us by email so we can keep you posted on upcoming workshops. Click the button below to get in touch with us.

During this workshop, you can tent in our rustic Canvas tents with wood stove for a reduced rate.

Why us ...

As a small family enterprise we value and cherish the personal contact and relationships with our guests.

What You Get ...

An outdoor experience tailored to your individual interests, needs and skill levels as a single adventurer, family, group or company.