About the club
Our aim is simple. We hope to study and practice the skills of Bushcraft and wilderness living as practiced by people around the globe both past and present. We hope to increase awareness of the natural resources available throughout the country in relation to our activity.
We are a non profit organisation with no commercial interests. We do not charge for our knowledge or our time. We have the right to admit entry to the club. If we feel that someone acts outside of the clubs constitution, their membership of the club will be removed. We do not wish to attract people to the club who may be a danger to themselves, others or the natural resources used by the club.
The Club Founder
Donal Carroll was a student of Outdoor education and Adventure Skills management. He is involved with Rock Climbing, Kayaking, Mountaineering, Sailing, Power boating, Rescue Swimming and Snorkelling through the course. He currently holds a FETAC level 5 Certificate in Outdoor recreation studies and National Diploma in Adventure Skills management.
He has been a student of bushcraft since 2003 and a member of the Reserve Defence Forces since 1999. He currently works in IT and has previously worked in various Adventure Centres around Ireland as an outdoor instructor. He is also involved in volunteer rescue services