Even if you don't have matches or a lighter, you can still spark a blaze with the right tools and techniques.
Got two short ropes, but need a long one? A fisherman's knot can join the short ones together.
You can quickly make an effective snow shelter in a tree well.
Since waterproof matches are much more expensive than their pedestrian cousins, you might want to make your own.
These snowshoes will help you glide across—not plow through—the snow's surface.
One of the most challenging things to do is erect a dry shelter in the swamp.
Here's what you can learn from this situation so you can avoid getting stranded in the mountains.
Don't be deceived by their less-than-delicious appearance: Some bugs are edible, while others contain toxins.
There's a reason why bears and other beasts hole up in caves: They're ready-made shelters that provide immediate protection from rain, snow, wind, or brutal sun.
How to build three crucial survival shelters.
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