Welcome to nature alive
What we do:
Nature Alive is a multifaceted family-run business offering numerous levels of Survival Courses, Bushcraft Courses, and Outdoor Education workshops, as well as Guided Canoe Trips, Guided Winter Camping Trips, National and Provincial Canoe Certifications, Recreational Drum Circle Facilitation and Djembe Instruction, all managed by our certified and experienced staff and partners.
Our one of a kind trips and courses take you through the limitless forests and waterways of Alberta, Canada.
Our passion is to offer you a way to immerse yourself into exuberant whole living through exciting and invigorating courses, workshops, and community events.
Have a look around our site and see what interests you. Please feel free to reach out to us for more information as we would be happy to help you out.
Join us for a Winter Bushcraft and Snowshoe Adventure - February 25 to 29, 2017
Join our talented instructors for four days of bushcraft and winter camping skills as we travel by Snowshoe and Toboggans up the Freeman River Watershed. For more information click here
Upcoming Courses & Trips - Winter 2017/2018
Visit our Store for more information on all our trips, courses, and items for sale
Oct 2 to 7, 2017 - Fall Bushcraft River Expedition - Athabasca River - Completed
January 5 to 7, 2018 Frostbite Symposium - Winter Camping/Bushcraft/Survival
February 18 to 24, 2018 Karamat Winter Wilderness Living Skills/ Survival Course - See video below
February 25 to 29, 2018 Winter Bushcraft and Snowshoe Trip - Freeman River
Mors Kochanski Karamat Winter Course
Dale had the honor and privilege to be one of the instructors on the Karamat Winter Course with Mors Kochanski in February 2017. Check out the video from the course on the right.
I thoroughly enjoyed your company and instruction Dale. You have a very approachable style of teaching and I loved hearing your stories. Your passion for the outdoors and bushcraft is evident. I learned much from you. I had appreciation for your patience and genuine desire to teach others and share your extensive knowledge. Teaching without an ego is important just as you showed your mistakes as well as triumphs. I enjoyed the story of going at without sleeping bag at -37 in a makeshift shelter you created and succeeded. You deserve your spot right next to Mors and Kelly. Btw... the first night we met and sat and talked by the fire I thought you were a student, not an instructor. Thanks for everything.
I was lucky enough to have a chance to work along side Dale Kiselyk at Karamat Wilderness Ways Winter Course 2 weeks ago. He is not one of "Instructors" who will be in constant competition to prove himself as your superior. He is fun, caring, knowledgeable and above all super positive. He is a true practicing woodsman. He make his own equipment, stay out in shelters he built and can lead a crazy drum circle which will literally and figuratively blow you off your feet. So if your looking a facilitator you will make you feel comfortable and has vast knowledge. Well Dale is the guy for you. He is running a 2 Day course this weekend only a short drive from Edmonton. It would totally be worth your time to attend.
Great work on this video Dale, it did a great job of showing what kind if week us students went through. It will be fun returning for another course, no doubt!