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At Howl we specialise in journeying skills, the Bushcraft we practice and teach is that of the traveler. There is a wonderful simplicity that comes from taking a trip in the outdoors, a pragmatism gleaned from necessity. We draw from this experience in the field to teach a set of skills and knowledge based in expedience and realism, skills that actually get used while outdoors. We provide an insight into the Natural world, opening up a vast array of natural resources and knowledge to help you travel with less reliance on the contents of your rucksack: it’s what you carry in your mind that matters.

 

 We teach these practical skills in a friendly and open way, our hope being to enable you to make your adventures into the Great Outdoors memorable and enjoyable. We'll help you cultivate a positive attitude, a confidence in yourself, and a connection with the natural world through which you travel.

We promote the utmost respect for the environment, the ability to pass unnoticed through the woods brings with it a deeper understanding of the wilderness, and our part in it. It is this philosophy which forms the very core of our work.

We promote the utmost respect for the environment, the ability to pass unnoticed through the woods brings with it a deeper understanding of the wilderness, and our part in it. It is this philosophy which forms the very core of our work.

Three knots for setting a tarp

Howl Bushcraft Blog

Three knots for setting a tarp

Jamie Dakota

I’ve written a few articles now on the knots I use when setting up a tarp for camping, but in the video below I combine the three knots I use most often to demonstrate from start to finish how I go about pitching my camp.

Often clients on own Itinerant Bushcraft Course go away from the weekend having been taught these knots, and may not tie them again for a little while or find they have forgotten a particular set in tying the knots. So I hope this video serves a reminder for you and helps you retain the methods as taught on the course.

As always if you have any questions or comments please feel free to post them below.

All the best

JD