Inspired by Alone
Outdoor skills from a star of the History Channel’s hit survival series
Karie Lee Knoke was featured on Season 9 of the History Channel's Alone. Each week, viewers tuned in to see how she would survive in the wild. Now, Knoke will present workshops inspired by the show to guests at The Resort at Paws Up:
Buckskin is nature’s fabric, used to make clothing in the days of old. It’s soft against your skin, machine-washable, durable and flexible. Join Knoke as she guides you on how to make your own stylish buckskin medicine bag, phone case or pouch.
Wild Edible and Medicinal Plant Walk
Have you ever wondered if the plants you see in nature are edible or medicinal? Take a walk in the woods and discover which plants are yummy, palatable, poisonous or yucky. Knoke will help you identify plants that hold healing properties for illnesses and first aid and others that can be used to make cordage, baskets or arrows.
Knoke is also available on a fee basis for private demonstrations or lessons.
Because guest, staff and event-participant safety is always our top priority and since travel plans could change, adjustments to programming may occur. Contact Reservations at 866-991-1354 or email@example.com for the most up-to-date details.
Karie Lee: Outdoorsperson In Residency
Karie Lee Knoke is a wilderness skills expert and energy healer. Having had a lifetime of fulfilling experiences in the outdoors, from backpacking at six months old strapped to her father's back, growing up in a small town, playing in the woods and making shelters, she always dreamed of someday walking off into the mountains with just a knife to survive.
This all culminated in Knoke being chosen to be on the History Channel’s Alone Season 9, which aired in Summer 2022. She will never forget this experience of a lifetime and coming in second place after 75 days in the wilderness in wet and freezing conditions in Labrador, Canada. Escaping the turmoil of the corporate world, Knoke moved to an extraordinary place, Sandpoint, Idaho, where her chosen love for living in nature and her expertise collided.
Following her passion and know-how today, Knoke happily teaches wilderness and primitive living skills at gatherings worldwide. She is the founder of the Sacred Cedar Wilderness School, where she and other wilderness instructors will share their wisdom of the woods. The school will host expeditions in to the wilderness to unplug fr om the mundane world and plug in to nature’s landscape of magical wonder.