One day guided Primitive Skills Hike
w/ Matt Graham
What to expect:
This is a great opportunity for visitors in the area to do a one day hike with Matt Graham in the majestic Grand Staircase National Monument or Boulder Mountain while learning many valuable skills including edible plants, primitive fishing skills, tracking, survival type shelters and more.
If you have planned a trip out here, don’t hesitate to book this great hike and informative day of skills that will help you add more connection with the earth, and potentially save your life one day.
The trips can be customized to fit your schedule, your abilities and your desired outcome.
- Edible and medicinal plants
- fire by friction
- shelter selection and options
- basic survival kit
- tracking and/or primitive fishing
Please submit your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include:
- Number of people
- Type of activities/ skills you’d like to learn
- Dates requesting
- Any other helpful information
- Contact Information
Price $250 per person up to 3 people. Discounts can be applied for 3+people.
Matt Graham has been teaching primitive-living skills for about 20 years. After moving to the Sierra mountain range at age 17, he began to climb, mountain run and learn Native American living skills from the Miwok, Paiute and others. At that time, Matt would take long runs into the backcountry with a few items tied around his waist, forage for food and build shelters. Afterwards, Matt moved to the Grand Canyon during a Walkabout, ran the Pacific Crest Trail through California, then peddled his bicycle to Utah. There he became immersed in the Hunter Gatherer lifestyle that people had once lived: connected with the earth & living with the land. After sharing his knowledge with a TV world, he is back in his home country of Utah offering hands on instruction with valuable skills that can deepen your connection to your roots and this planet.