Desert Institute at Joshua Tree National Park
October 31-31, 2020
How Not To Get Lost and a Moonlight Hike
By Desert Institute at Joshua Tree National Park

Event Overview

The ultimate goal of survival training is to prevent survival situations from occurring in the first place. However, when survival is unavoidable, mindset, skills and improvisation are key. Learn the essential considerations needed to safely explore the some-times harsh and often challenging desert landscape of Joshua Tree National Park. This workshop will provide an introduction to the fundamental thought processes, skills and knowledge needed to survive in desert regions and the hazards associated with desert travel.

After a 1.5 hour presentation on desert survival, we will have a dinner break. After the dinner break, we will travel into the park to the trail head where we will hike under a moon. The hike is approximately 2 miles round trip.

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About Desert Institute at Joshua Tree National Park

The Desert Institute offers classes for adult learners in cultural history, natural science, survival skills, desert naturalist studies, women’s programs, citizen science, and creative arts. All programs are taught by expert instructors who provide a personal and enjoyable learning experience on these educational adventures.

To register for this event email your details to desertinstitute@joshuatree.org

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When & Where

  • From:Oct 31, 2020,03:30 PM
  • To:Oct 31, 2020,08:00 PM
  • Location: Joshua Tree National Park

    74485 National Park Dr, 92277, Twentynine Palms, CA.

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