Crucial Survival Techniques

Every year, I spend a lot of time in the backcountry. Skiing, hiking, paddling trips – while these adventures bring so much pleasure to my life, they also bring risk. Injuries, wildlife, gear malfunctions or more can derail a trip and put me or my travel buddies at risk.

So, it’s important to know survival techniques. First Aid and Wilderness First Aid Response (WFR, or “woofer”) are great.Β But do you know how to eat your hiking partner?

Thanks to Backpacker Magazine, for offering this crucial service to outdoors people around the world.

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One thought on “Crucial Survival Techniques

  1. Stacia Thomas says:

    Lol

    On Jan 20, 2017 2:51 PM, “Aimee’s Adventures & Travel” wrote:

    > aimeechauvot posted: “Every year, I spend a lot of time in the > backcountry. Skiing, hiking, paddling trips – while these adventures bring > so much pleasure to my life, they also bring risk. Injuries, wildlife, gear > malfunctions or more can derail a trip and put me or my travel ” >

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