The Backpacking Light Wilderness Trekking School teaches lightweight camping, hiking, backpacking, trekking, packrafting, long distance hiking, thru-hiking, winter camping, and other wilderness travel skills. They take great pride in offering high quality education and hands-on instruction in advanced ultralight skills. Their wilderness venue includes the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem of Montana and Wyoming. The Wilderness Trekking School strives to be the world’s premier outdoor education provider focusing on lightweight wilderness travel philosophy, techniques, and gear.

We strive to provide excellence for our students. We will strive to be the premiere lightweight backpacking school in the world. Most importantly, we value our personal touch

Skills are the key to traveling safely and comfortable with light gear. They are not just about teaching skills, but about teaching the right skills that allow you to properly and effectively use lightweight backpacking gear and techniques and to understand their limits. Above all, we strive to make sure that the education you get from the Wilderness Trekking School is rock solid and capable of allowing you to practice the limits of lightweight backpacking, lead your own expeditions, and teach the skills to others.

I belong to Backpacking Light and I can tell you I’ve gotten some of the best advise on gear, and different backpacking methods than any other site on the net. I would take any of their courses in a heart beat.

Their courses are priced in the range of $143/day for standard courses and $180/day for specialized courses. These are reasonable prices, compared to others out there.

Enjoy this video. For more information on their courses, click on their Web Site, www.backpackinglight.com

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Feel free to contact me at any time. Started Backpacking in 2003 and have never looked back. My all time favorite hike was last April when I hiked the Sycamore Wilderness Canyon. No trails, no signs, just wilderness and a 3,000 foot steep drop into the Canyon. I ran out of water my third day. Why? There was no water in the Canyon. You can check out my video on the "backpacker.tv" page. Thanks for dropping by.

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