Roary Kiah Archibald
Wilderness Survival Instructor
I was born and raised in Evergreen, Colorado and has been working for the Evergreen Parks and Recreation District since 2005. I grew up exploring the woods returning home to my mothers whistle before dark. I have always been a very passionate BMX racer and began camping and practicing primitive skills at a young age. Current NOLS Wilderness First Responder. In addition to working for Evergreen Wilderness Guides, I currently teache outdoor adventure camps for children and teenagers, and am a trainer and coach at MOVNAT, Denver, Colorado. I am a MOVNAT level 3 trainer and have been using breathwork, meditation, natural movement and deep nature exposure to heal from past ailments like asthma and other mechanical injuries. I also studied in Prescott, Arizona at the Aboriginal Living Skills School to acquire a primitive and modern fire making techniques certification.
“My goal is to educate people about the real and biological wonders of earth so maybe one day, people will learn to appreciate nature and work to protect the abundant life that thrives on this planet.”