Brady is an avid outdoorsman and problem solving specialist which is a nice thing to have when adventures don’t go the way you plan. Brady is the founder of National Adventure School and teaches all types of audiences from the green horn adventurer all the way up to survival experts and even military and law enforcement professionals. Brady is passionate about the environment and passionate about teaching people how to have a good time in Mother Nature and also how to survive her when she turns on you. Brady specializes in Land Navigation, Wilderness Problem Solving, Emotional Survival, Confidence Building, and Backcountry Skills. You can also find fulfilling his roles as the Executive Director of Triple B Adventures which takes veterans outdoors to help improve the mental health of our nations warriors. Brady has appeared on various networks, local shows and in various publications on his ventures in the wilderness, expertise in wilderness skills and non profit work.
Todd Gilje has spend most of his career in the outdoors after retiring from the Navy. Todd currently teaches survival for the Navy as a contractor and is a team leader for San Diego County’s Search and Rescue Team. Todd is also currently the Chief of Wilderness Safety for a local outdoor non profit called Triple B Adventures. Todd specializes in self rescue, advanced wilderness problem solving, land navigation, and adventure planning and preparation. Todd’s easy going and relaxed demeanor puts everyone at ease and he is a fun instructor to listen to and study under. Todd teaches all ranges of ages, experiences and audiences.
Landon grew up hiking and exploring in mountains of southern California and enlisted into the U.S. Army at the ripe young age of 17. Not wanting to be trapped behind a desk, he volunteered to be an infantryman so he could “see exotic places”. During his 10 year career, he travelled and worked in dozens of states and countries, jumping out of airplanes and navigating through thousands of miles of some of the harshest terrain including desert, jungle, and snow. Some of his training includes advanced leadership studies, combat lifesaver course, and advanced operational planning. After military life, Landon attended two years of community college and has since added to his travel logs with stops in Cuba, Mexico, and all but 8 states. In 2015, he earned the trail name “Spoon” while hiking the first 900 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail. He has also completed hikes of the John Muir Trail, Theodore Solomons Trail, San Diego Trans-county Trail, and the Lost Coast Trail with over 6000 miles in just 5 years. He is a certified Wilderness First Responder through NOLS Wilderness Medicine Institute, a Leave No Trace Outdoor Ethics Trainer, PADI Advanced Open Water SCUBA diver, a mountain guide, and an outdoor adventure consultant. Landon currently resides in Bishop, CA at the base of the eastern Sierra crest. Landon is currently setting up operations for us in the Sierra’s so look for adventures up there soon! We can’t wait!