Be ready for any emergency, at any time. Could you survive in the wilderness on your own? From clothing recommendations to picking the best firestarter, expert survival instructor Leon Pantenburg shares his immense knowledge of bushcraft and survivalist skills so that anyone—backpackers, preppers, city dwellers, and more—can be ready for a possible emergency. In Bushcraft Survival, Pantenburg delivers practical tips and anecdotes that cater to readers who are looking to improve their outdoor skills and prepare for every potential disaster. Drawing from his personal experience as an avid outdoorsman and years as a journalist, Pantenburg lays out easy-to-follow steps to prep for both short and long-term survival situations. As natural disasters become increasingly present and people continue to rely on reality television shows for survival tips, developing bushcraft abilities is becoming more and more important. In this thorough handbook, Pantenburg covers a wide range of topics, including: Developing a survival mindset Crafting survival kits Choosing clothing best suited to survival Picking materials and objects to help you survive Building a variety of shelters Deciding what survival tools you should pack and which you should leave at home Effectively make a fire using different techniques Filled with time-tested techniques and first-hand experience, Bushcraft Survival is the ideal book for those who want to step up their hiking or camping game, as well as those who are searching for relevant advice on emergency preparedness.
When man leaves the technology-dependent metropolis and embarks on a journey in the wilderness, primal instincts come to play. Bushcraft, which refers to the set of skills utilized to navigate through and survive in the wilderness, involves primitive methods of gathering food and water. Primitive in the sense that there are no mechanical devices or high tech equipment involved in the process; one must perform all tasks first-hand and craft everything from scratch. The contents of this text (and basically the essence of bushcraft) are based on the keyword “survive.” This is the main goal of every trekker and is also the successful end result of the journey. In order to S.U.R.V.I.V.E., one must always keep the following mnemonics in mind
"For people who want to develop their bushcraft skills and survive outdoors, this book provides information for treating injuries and illness while in the wild. It includes tips and information on how to use typical outdoorsman items in case of a medical emergency or survival situation"--
Say yes to new adventures! This beautiful book is brimming with tips, recipes, activities and more to help you plan your perfect trip and discover the joys of camping in the great outdoors. Camping is one of life’s purest pleasures. It’s a way to escape the frantic pace of the everyday, to get back to nature and to discover new experiences – and nothing comes close to the joy of sleeping under the stars. Packed with ideas for first-time campers and seasoned experts alike, this book is sure to inspire your next trip and help you create memories to last a lifetime. Within these pages you will find: • Handy camping hacks • Delicious recipes • Foraging tips • Bushcraft basics • Wild camping advice • Inspiration for your travel bucket-list ... And much more! Whether you’re seeking a relaxing natural getaway or an intrepid wilderness adventure, the great outdoors is waiting for you. So, pack your bag, pick up your tent and go camping!
Are you a bushcraft fanatic, planning to travel into the wild anytime soon? Or are you looking for a simplified guide to know virtually all there is to survive in the woods? If so, then read on… Bushcraft involves the use of specialized skills and knowledge to survive in an outdoor situation, especially in the wild. Without adequate bushcraft knowledge and survival know-how, your journey into the woods would be less than fun, i.e., you become exposed to severe and life-threatening situations that you may not survive from. Thus, you must equip yourself with the requisite skills and knowledge to thrive in the wild, such as developing a tough survivalist mindset, foraging for food and searching for water, building a shelter, making a fire, signaling for help, and a whole lot of other survival life-hacks. And this is why this book, Bushcraft Survival Guide, was written to help you uncover all you need to know about bushcraft and its survival mechanism for thriving in the wild, irrespective of the nature of the circumstances you encounter. Below is a snippet of what you will learn in this guide: • Meaning: You will get to understand what bushcraft actually entails and why it should not be confused with camping. • Practicing bushcraft and survival mindset: You will discover how to find the best places to practice bushcraft, including how to build a tough survival mindset if you want to make it out of the woods alive. • Bushcraft tools and equipment: You will be educated on the essential tools and equipment needed to survive in the woods, which cuts across shelter and sleeping kit, carrying kit, cooking and water, personal hygiene, and clothing. • Surviving in the bush: Everything you need to know to thrive in the woods is discussed here. For example, you will learn how to build several types of shelters for warmth, navigating in the bush using a compass, sun, and other methods, finding, cooking, and preserving food, as well as how to make a fire, among others. • Wilderness survival mistakes: The common wilderness survival mistakes to avoid before you journey into the bush are discussed in this section. And a whole lot more! Do all these sound interesting to you? Yes? Then stop overthinking this and listen to that part of you urging you to get a hold of this guide instead of the apprehensions of the what-ifs and should-I's holding you back. To begin your journey on navigating and surviving the wild, simply get a hold of this bushcraft survival guide RIGHT NOW
‘For as long as I stay here, I know I will have to also get to the wild places.’ Robert Macfarlane This pocket-sized miscellany, packed with tips on equipment, food, surviving bad weather and finding the right campsite, and with facts and stories from the world of camping, is perfect for anyone who knows the incomparable joy and adventure of pitching their tent under an open sky.
• Learn the basic principles of bushcraft • Learn how to choose the perfect bushcraft knife • Learn how to choose all the tools and equipment for a successful bushcraft experience • Learn about wild food • Learn about poisonous plants and fungi that you will need to avoid • Learn how to pack for a wilderness expedition • Learn the skills for traveling and navigating the wilderness • Learn the history of bushcraft skills • Learn primitive technology skills • Learn about the experiences of the frontiersman, mountain men and trappers • Learn about primitive trapping • Learn how to improvise using your basic equipment • Learn to make shelter and fire in the wilderness • Learn to stay warm even without modern sleeping bags • Learn about natural shelters • Take advantage of 101 expert tips about bushcraft and wilderness living • Learn about the dangers of large mammal predators • Learn how to deal with first aid and emergencies in the wilderness • Be inspired to get out and experience the outdoors • Be inspired to get closer to nature and away from the hustle and bustle of the 21st Century • Learn where to look to learn more advanced bushcraft skills • Understand why people love bushcraft • Learn how to manage a fire to cook your food, warm your shelter and keep you safe About the Expert Geoffrey Guy is a lecturer in countryside, game and wildlife management at Hartpury College. He has taught at some of the most prestigious land based colleges in Britain. He trained as a professional hunter and game keeper and as well as his teaching job he still manages deer professionally as a deer stalker, carrying out culls, guiding clients and advising on deer management strategy. His experience working out of doors, hunting, trapping and teaching has equipped him with excellent bushcraft skills. He has operated his own bushcraft and survival skills training companies since 2010 and has also managed outdoor and environmental education centers in Norfolk and Scotland over the course of his career. A keen traveler, Geoff has honed his survival skills in New Zealand and Scandinavia. HowExpert publishes quick 'how to' guides on all topics from A to Z by everyday experts.
Bushcraft Survival Skills for BeginnersThe Fundamental Skills You Need to Thrive Alone in the WildernessIn this book, you will learn about what it takes to not only make it out of the wilderness alive, but to thrive in it and enjoy it. The more advanced society has become technologically, the less people have become connected to nature, much unlike our ancestors. By becoming one of those people, the drastically less prepared you will be to face and safely overcome a survival scenario.With the survival and self-sustainability skills in this book, you will learn more than just how to build a fire or construct an overnight shelter. You will rather learn how to become one with nature and learn to transcend it rather than fight itThe skills that you will learn about in this book are skills that were once widespread with our ancestors, but have since been forgotten by the overwhelming majority of the population. By forgetting these skills, people have largely stepped away from the true survival mentality of how they can become one with nature rather than fight against it. The basics of bushcraft that will be taught to you in this book will serve as the foundation you need for all future skills and knowledge you gain. 7 Reasons to Buy This Book1. You'll learn what bushcraft is and why it matters2. You will learn about fundamental bushcraft skills such as collecting water, making fire, and constructing shelter3. If you've ever wanted to be self-sustainable, you'll find out the skills you'll need to do so4. Any bad habits you've developed that have prevented you from taking action to learn bushcraft skills will be cast aside with techniques presented in this book 5. You'll learn what the most important of all bushcraft tools is6. You'll learn valuable first aid skills to keep you and a buddy alive in any harrowing survival situation7. You'll be taught a step-by-step process for three different beginners projects that can initiate your bushcraft journeyHere Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn... how to construct a fire using completely natural resources tips to stick with as you seek self-sustainability tips to avoid as you seek self-sustainability how to develop a winning mentality to survive why learning survival skills matters even in this day and age the most important bushcraft tools to use bushcraft projects that beginners can use to get them started how to collect and treat water you find in the wild a clear overview of what bushcraft means...and why it matters gathering and preparing food gardening skills to keep yourself self-sustained how to develop thrifty habits that will keep you alive Much, much more! Want To Learn More?Take action today and download this book for a limited time discount of only $2.99!Download Your Copy Right Now!
Beyond Survival Have you ever wondered whether you could survive in the wild, with nothing but a knife and the clothes on your back? This book will tell you how, but that's only the beginning. In this practical, hands-on guide, survival expert Tim MacWelch shows you how to build fires, make shelter, find food, craft tools, and more, using little or no modern technology. Traditional Wisdom The skills in this book have been used for thousands of years by people all around the globe. That's how we know they work. Live off the Land Learn how to carve a snow cave, build a mud oven, disinfect water, keep tarantulas out of your hammock, and hundreds of other bushcraft essentials. For over 110 years, Outdoor Life magazine has brought the best in hunting, fishing, and wilderness survival expertise to millions of avid sportsmen and nature enthusiasts, as well as expanding their coverage to include insider tips on urban survival and disaster preparedness. This book reflects the best of both in one indispensable package. Book jacket.
The ultimate guide to living in the wild from finding shelter and food to knowing the many uses for antlers, mud, animal fat and more. Imagine being dropped in the woods with little more than a knife, your wits, and the shirt on your back. You’d need more than luck to survive. You’d need the knowledge and skills covered in Ultimate Bushcraft Survival Manual. In this book, survival expert Tim MacWelch examines how primitive cultures around the world and throughout history have made their own shelter, weapons, tools, and more. He also shares clever, MacGuyver-style ideas for repurposing anything you might find in your pockets or pack. Whether your goal is to test yourself against nature, be prepared for any catastrophe, or learn more about traditional survival techniques, this is the book for you.
Fire can fascinate, inspire, capture the imagination and bring families and communities together. It has the ability to amaze, energise and touch something deep inside all of us. For thousands of years, at every corner of the globe, humans have been huddling around fires: from the basic and primitive essentials of light, heat, energy and cooking, through to modern living, fire plays a central role in all of our lives. The ability to accurately and quickly light a fire is one of the most important skills anyone setting off on a wilderness adventure could possess, yet very little has been written about it. Through his narrative Hume also meditates on the wider topics surrounding fire and how it shapes the world around us.
Young people these days are often homebound, entertaining themselves with the Internet, television, video games, and text messages, but completely disconnected from the reality of the great outdoors. Many have never experienced simple pleasures such as telling stories around a warm campfire, camping outdoors, or whittling a stick. Go Wild! is the perfect book for families with children ages 10 to 14 wanting to get in touch with the natural world. The authors describe a range of wild and fun adventures for families to share. Readers learn potentially life-saving skills that give them confidence, independence, and a sense of environmental awareness. Topics include building shelter, building a fire, foraging for food, cooking outdoors, tools and weapons, bushcraft skills, water and keeping clean, and safety. From making a catapult to catching crayfish, creating fire without matches to constructing a tepee, Go Wild! is all about thrilling activities, amazing discoveries, and young people having the time of their lives in the great outdoors.