Testimonials 

Advanced riders ride A LOT. They go further, faster, and bigger. The stoke factor is high, along with the risks.  ​If most of your days are spent on your bike, you owe it to your friends, and to yourself, to know what to do when things go wrong. If you ride in the Backcountry, and like to get away from the rat race, your first aid training needs to match your adventure.  


About Wilderness First Aid

The best and most comprehensive course of its kind to offer relevant and realistic first-aid training for seasonal outdoor activities or short term wilderness endeavors and pursuits.

Wilderness First Aid is a two-day introduction to general medical concepts and basic life support skills. It is targeted to the outdoor enthusiast on day trips or short adventures. The course is taught by professional instructors with significant patient care and backcountry experience. 


BCLL WFA Course Details:

  • Courses topics include:  Public courses will be two to three days.  Protocols included are epinephrine for anaphylaxis,  cleaning high risk wounds/removal of impalements and spine management. Spine Assessment and clearing is not an option on the WFA.
  • Private courses have CPR options.
  • Classes include coursework and on-trail lecture and scenarios.​
  • Cost does NOT include lodging/food unless noted otherwise.
  • Mountain biking is not a requirement.


Certified by Wilderness Medical Associates International

Wilderness First Aid, 2-3 day training

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"We just hosted the first PNW Wilderness First Aid class instructed by Backcountry Lifeline in partnership with Trans-Cascadia and it was invaluable. We highly recommend getting trained and having the knowledge to put into action when things inevitably get weird out there." - Transition Bikes

"BCLL has the recipe for teaching mountain bikers an invaluable, yet often overlooked, skill set. I can't imagine a more fun and effective approach, their talented crew will surely become even more dialed as they reach more riders in more communities!"
- Jordyn Drayton


Wilderness First Aid for Mountain bikers