Because if your sleeping bag gets wet on a remote hunting or camping trip, hypothermia may not be far behind
When you travel into the backcountry, it’s important to be prepared to stay alive if things go wrong. Here is the essential survival gear you’ll need
If you want to live comfortably (and survive), you’re going to need a lot of gear
Plus, a bear-charging shooting drill that could save your life
If you get lost in the wilderness, here’s how to reach a rescue plane or helicopter
Learn how to gather dry wood in wet conditions and get a blaze going with just one match or a ferro rod
Two pillars of survival are shelter and fire. Here’s how to combine both to stay alive in an emergency
Our expert weighs in on some misconceptions about how to live through real-life survival scenarios
In harsh conditions, an easy-to-build snow shelter gets you warm and out of the wind
We figured we would have better luck fixing our sunken quad near Stan’s fly-in hunting camp. Towing the swamped machine … Continued
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