Extreme Wilderness Survival: Essential Knowledge to Survive Any Outdoor Situation Short-Term or Long-Term, With or Without Gear, and Alone or With Others
- 01 Apr 2017
- 192 pages - 203 x 152 x 11mm
Extreme Wilderness Survival is a compilation of the real-life tactics that wilderness instructor Craig Caudill has built and really used, especially during two nature sabbaticals when he lived in the woods for nearly 30 days with only a knife. Through his extensive training with some of the best martial artists in the country and his experience as the chief instructor at Nature Reliance School, Craig has become a go-to expert in the outdoor survival community. In the book, he first teaches readers the most important safety tactic - how to set the right mentality and awareness before heading outside. Craig then teaches about basic survival needs and how to meet them depending on whether you have reliable man-made gear or no gear. He covers navigation, self-defense, shelter and warmth, water and food. Each chapter starts with a true story of outdoor adventure gone right or wrong, analysing what should have been done differently.
The book covers the basics for outdoor enthusiasts who want to stay safe but have limited survival knowledge. It then dives into tactics for those ready for more advanced wilderness survival long-term, either solo or in a group. Extreme Wilderness Survival is an experience based resource for keeping yourself and others safe on any nature excursion.
Learn the most practical and effective real-life survival skills to stay safe on any outdoor adventure from a wilderness expert who regularly puts these techniques to the test.