Top 10 Outdoor Survival Kit List Basic Planning Essentials

Top 10 Outdoor Survival Kit List Basic Planning Essentials

Top 10 outdoor survival kit list basic planning essentials you should carry for all outdoor wilderness situations. These can be added to, to increase the effectiveness depending on the duration of the event, the severity of the climate, hot or cold and the additional risks the conditions, the environment or the event may introduce within that environment. e.g. mountain biking on a wilderness trail could increase the risk to falling than hiking on a wilderness trail would entail within the same environment.

Top 10 Outdoor Survival Kit List Planning Essentials

  • First Aid
  • Water
  • Navigation
  • Flashlight
  • Shelter
  • Fire Starting Kit
  • Signalling Device
  • Appropriate Clothing
  • Food
  • Knife or Survival Tools

    The basic army premise of survival is that you always go everywhere prepared. Therefore in an unplanned emergency the effect is lessened because you are prepared. The degree that you prepare your outdoor survival kit list will be your own choice and may be influenced by the duration or the remoteness of the locality as to how big your kit or survival bag containing these may be […]

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Choosing the Best Survival Shelter Designs When You Need Them Most

Choosing the Best Survival Shelter Designs When You Need Them Most

There may come a time when in an emergency you will have to consider the best survival shelter designs for your situation.

This is not the time to panic so having some knowledge on types of survival shelter designs and experience in constructing survival shelter plans will mean you are better placed to survive.

Deciding on the Right Survival Shelter Designs In An Emergency

If you get lost in the woods or the forest the first thing to do is not panic. Having a sit down and a drink and possibly something to eat is good for you as it allows you time to think, to rest and recharge yourself. You may find that you can recollect where you went wrong and can then backtrack on yourself and then get back onto your original planned route.

If you stop for a rest; mark the area you are in clearly with something that is highly visible. So that you can identify it from a distance. You can then march off in each direction around your marked location. It may be then that you will discover your original route or recognize where you went wrong and can reorient yourself to get back on your original route.

When to Start Building Your Wilderness Survival Shelters

If the night is drawing in however it is not a good idea to go off in the dark if the trail is not well marked. There is a greater risk of injuring yourself at night and you will be then in a worse survival condition that if you had stayed put overnight. In these conditions the best plan would be to stay put for the night and head off the next day. This will mean building some sort of wilderness survival shelters. If you are […]

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