What will get your car to go in the ice and snow.
You’re hiking in the wilderness, and three hours into the journey you’ve become hopelessly lost. Then you realize you’ve dropped your map somewhere along the way. What do you do?
You’re hiking on remote national park land when you see a rattlesnake blocking the trail just ahead of you. What do you do?
Follow these simple steps to keep your guys safe during a thunderstorm.
You’re caving with your crew when your light source burns out. Your batteries and other lights are in your pack, which is missing. And now you’ve become separated. How do you survive?
While whitewater canoeing, a hole appears in the bottom of your canoe. How do you repair your craft and get back in the water?
You’re mountain biking on Mount Mitchell when a rock punctures your tire. Foolishly, nobody has a patch kit. How do you get moving again?
People get lost in the wilderness more often than you might think. The keys to being found include preparing well, responding correctly, and carrying a well-stocked survival kit.
Scouts in Northern Nevada learn the basics of avalanche safety while skiing some of Tahoe’s steepest slopes.
An outdoor medical expert recommends ways to prevent tick-borne Lyme disease and mosquito-spread West Nile virus.
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