NOLS Wilderness Course
 
NOLS Wilderness CourseThis mix of mountain expedition skills, leadership, and fly fishing
is any angler's dream.


Orvis guides will teach you the fly-fishing skills you need to be an acccomplished angler while your NOLS instructors turn you into an outdoor living expert. After an intensive three-day fly-fishing seminar to help you perfect your cast, learn to "match the hatch," and read the water, you'll shoulder your pack and head into the Wind River Mountains for a 21-day wilderness backpacking and fishing expedition where cutthroat, brook, brown, golden, and rainbow trout abound. Your course will end on a world-renowned trout-fishing river with an Orvis-Endorsed guide for five days of personal instruction in drift boat handling, rowing techniques, and big water fishing. By the end of this month-long course you will be a highly-qualified member of any wilderness fly-fishing expedition.

Course Details

Duration: 30 days
Age: 16 and over (Average age: 20)
Tuition: $6,975
Dates: June 27 - July 26, 2013 | July 8 - August 6, 2013
Contact: 800-710-6657 | admissions@nols.edu
College credit: (optional)
   6 Semester Credit Hours:
   2 Hours Environmental Studies
   2 Hours Leadership Techniques
   2 Hours Skills Practicum
Course start/end: Lander, Wyoming
Equipment deposit: $350
Fly in/out: Riverton, Wyoming
Additional Info: Course Description | Equipment List


For more information on the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) contact
800-710-6657 or visit www.nols.edu