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Emergency Remain Over Night
(ERON 2)

Course Info:

  • Duration: 2 days 
  • Age Requirement: Minimum age is 14, Ages 14 to 17 need to be accompanied by an adult
  • Where: Campton, New Hampshire or host a class at your location
  • Prerequisites: Completion of ERON 1 and a current Wilderness Medicine certification (WFA, WFR, or WEMT)
  • Cost: $239.00 per adult, $84.00 per child (Includes all materials to construct an emergency shelter and camping fees)


Now that you know how to take care of yourself or someone else in a wilderness medical emergency and you have the skills and knowledge to spend an unplanned night in the backcountry, it’s time to tie all these skills together. This is a scenario based two-day overnight class that will test the student’s ability to properly treat a patient in a remote setting, successfully move the patient to a safe area, set up emergency overnight shelters, conduct long-term patient care, and develop and implement a comprehensive rescue plan. This class is designed for people that have a current Wilderness Medicine certification (WFA, WFR, or WEMT) and have completed our ERON 1 class. This is the perfect opportunity and environment to test, verify, and improve your skills when confronted with a patient in the backcountry.

All costs listed above are for onsite classes in Campton, New Hampshire. Click here to see a list of scheduled classes and to register. We have the ability to develop different scenarios to meet your overall training objectives. If you would like to host a private class at your location or at ours, please contact us to discuss options. Group discounts available.

Some of the skills that will be tested: 

  • Basic land navigation
  • Water procurement and treatment
  • Fire techniques
  • Knife use
  • Shelter construction
  • Signaling
  • Knots
  • Patient assessment
  • Patient moving techniques
  • Improvised litters
  • Treatment of injuries (In accordance with your level of certification)


Gear List:

  • This class will be conducted in the outdoors, please dress appropriately for the season
  • Raingear (Top and Bottom)
  • Non-insulated metal water bottle or a small metal pot to boil water in
  • Cup for hot/cold drinks
  • Sharp knife, fixed blade (non-folding) – We recommend the Mora Craftline Basic 511
  • Day pack and equipment that you might typically carry
  • Individual first aid kit
  • Blanket/ Sleeping (Keep in mind that you will be sleeping near and open fire)


Travel Information: Main training area is located in the beautiful foothills of the White Mountains in Campton, New Hampshire right off I-93. Local driving directions will be sent after registration.

Arrival and Departure: Day 1 will start at 8:00 am and run until 12:00 pm on Day 2.

Accommodations: Students will stay overnight in the shelters that they build.

Meals: Due to insurance restrictions, meals will not be provided. In order to remain on schedule, please plan on bringing your meals with you. There is an outdoor cooking area that students can use to cook meals over an open fire.

Registration Policy: Your spot in a class is not secured until we receive the registration AND full payment. If a class is already full, we will issue a 100% refund or credit for a future class.

Cancellation and Refund Policies: With cancellations more than 30 days in advance of the class, the cost, less any credit card processing fee’s, will be refunded. With cancellations less than 30 days prior to the start of the class all monies are non-refundable and non-transferable. These policies reflect the fact that we do not overbook, and cancelled spaces are very difficult to fill at the last minute. If we have to cancel a class, we will issues a 100% refund or credit for a future class.

Liability Release Policy: Before the start of each class, all participants are required to have a signed Liability Release form and Photo Release form. All forms will be provided on-site of Day 1.

Gear Loaning Policy: We have very little equipment that can be lent out. Please read the Gear List to ensure you have the right stuff.

Training Area Info: The training area is located on 40 plus acres of private, raw land. The outdoor classroom is a short walk from the parking area and may be difficult for certain individuals. There are no structures, running water, or electricity. If you plan on using any electronics, think about bringing a portable battery charger. Hand washing stations, potable water, and overhead cover will be provided. There is an outdoor cooking area that students can use to cook meals over an open fire. Keep in mind that we don’t have an alternative to the composting system. If using a composting toilet makes you significantly uncomfortable, then this class probably is not a good option for you.

Parking Info: There is a designated parking area at the training site. Details will be sent along with directions after you register.

We reserve the right to pause or stop training at any time due to factors that make the training unsafe such as inclement weather. If you have questions about the course, don’t hesitate to contact us.