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Day Hike in October

Day Hike in OctoberPlease Rate This Article On October 4th, 2008 my son and I went on a day hiking trip. Before we left the truck I got out the Garmin GPS and the topo maps and saved the truck as a waypoint. We also brought along a rifle for protection against wild hogs, snakes […]

Using a GPS and Compass

Using a GPS and CompassPlease Rate This Article When on a hiking, hunting or camping trip, it is very important not to get lost. And if the hiker or hunter does find their selves lost, how do they get found again? There are some basic tools that should be included in the wilderness survival tool […]

Camping Video Collection

This video is a collection of different types of camping and hiking videos streamed from youtube. To scroll through the videos, click the buttons on the right and left hand side of the player.

If the video player shows an error that the video is no longer available, just click the button on the right hand side of the player to advance to the next video.

Winter survival and cold weather clothing

Winter survival and cold weather clothingPlease Rate This Article This article was originally posted by coyotemountain on the survivalist discussion forum. Man has forever been at odds with the temperature of his environment. Our body generates a metabolically controlled core temperature of 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit; the ideal temperature at which cellular respiration proceeds most efficiently […]

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