FTHub Formación Presencial Inmersiva
FTHub Formación Presencial Inmersiva
FTHub Formación Presencial Inmersiva
FTHub Formación Presencial Inmersiva
FTHub Formación Presencial Inmersiva
FTHub Formación Presencial Inmersiva
FTHub Formación Presencial Inmersiva
FTHub Formación Presencial Inmersiva

FTHub In-person Immersive Training

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FTHub 3-day In-person Immersive Training in Nature

The 3-day in-person nature immersions with FTHub trainers are exclusively for students and FTHub Certified Guides and Practitioners, regardless of the year in which they obtained their certification. The 3-day immersions are meetups where you can:

  1. Practice the knowledge acquired.
  2. Establish a network of collaboration with other guides.
  3. Share your knowledge and experiences supporting the growth of the practice.
  4. Update your theoretical and practical knowledge.
  5. Connect with FTHub trainers.

All immersions start on Friday at 14:30 (2:30 pm) and end on Sunday at 17:30 (5:30 pm). If you have to arrive a little later or leave a little earlier, we understand. Travel, accommodation, meals or other expenses are not included in the cost.


Alex Gesse



Gauja National Park is the largest and oldest of the national parks in Latvia, characterised by great biological diversity, a variety of landforms, natural springs, sandstone outcrops, picturesque views and unique natural, cultural and historical monuments.

Magnificent sandstone outcrops, rocks, cliffs and caves are among the park’s major attractions. The reddish, yellow and greyish sandstones were formed 350-370 million years ago.


Camping Ozolkalns, located within the Park, has a very convenient location for an overnight, with boat or raft trips along the river Gauja. It sits inside the forest, away from the bustle of the city; a good starting point for exploring the Cēsis and its surroundings.

∙ Doble shared room, in the main house: € 28 per person, per night.
∙ Doble shared room, in the small house: € 20 per person, per night.

For reservations, please contact:
∙ Slēpošanas un atpūtas parks “OZOLKALNS”
∙ Phone: +371 26 400 200


Several options can be found at the location.

Please let them know of any allergies, intolerance or special requirements, such as a specific diet or lactose or gluten-free products.

How to Get There

Camping Ozolkalns
Google Maps
∙ Address: Slēpošanas un atpūtas parks “OZOLKALNS”, “Saulkrasti”, Drabešu pag., Amatas novads, LV – 4102

Ozolkalns is located in the region of Cēsis, Amata district, Drabesi parish, in “Saulkrasti”, adjacent to Cīrulīši and less than a km away from Žagarkalns.
From Rīga you can get to Ozolkalns by driving towards Cēsis along the Rīga – Pleskov (A2) highway and turning at the first sign to Cēsis (Cēsis – 11 km). After driving into Cēsis, make a left turn onto Pētera street (1.5 km). At the sign Ozolkalns, make another left turn and drive 800 m until the sign “End of Cēsis”. On the left, you will see Ozolkalns and reach it after 500 m.

Following a navigation device, please put “Ligatnes street 82, Cesis” and then follow the signs on the road. Heading direction Meijermuiža.
Passing the sign Ozolkalns, going direction ZOO Raksi. After 3 km you will see a sign where you have to turn right into the forest and go until the end of the road to the camping after 1.5 km.

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