Adam Logan

Man standing in the snow with improvised Roycraft ski shoes

Adam has spent an eighteen-year career as a UK based bushcraft practitioner. Learning, practicing, mentoring, and teaching a large range of expedition skills, woodland crafts and wilderness living techniques both in the UK and overseas has resulted in a passion for all things Boreal.

Whether by hand made canoe or snowshoes, Adam is happiest out on the trail in the Northwoods using self-made traditional clothing and equipment.

Currently Adam is studying for a Masters degree in Outdoor Experiential Learning with the University of Cumbria, which foregrounds bushcraft as an academic pathway. He is looking forwards to undertaking his research project which will look at how mainstream outdoor navigation training may benefit from the introduction of natural navigation techniques.

The GBS is fortunate indeed having Adam lead our Woodland Skills Theme Camp.