If you’re traveling, really traveling – what will help you get the most out of your adventure? Your skills will come into play as you tie knots, create fire and chop wood. Your knowledge will be used for everything, including setting up camp and your physical abilities. Your body and physical talents? They will be used for climbing and transport – for the most part. Preparation of course will be used to plan and prepare for your adventure and travel.
Adulthood is not a child’s play. For a start, there are a lot of responsibilities to look after. But more importantly, every man needs real surviving skills for the adult life. You may not be living an adventurous life – Not everyone can be Iron Man but that shouldn’t stop you from trying – but risks are everywhere. Okay, maybe not all of them deadly. But a risk is a risk, and that’s exactly why you need to level up your surviving skills to tackle all of them effortlessly.
Whether you’re camping because you want to get drunk with your friends, admire the simple beauty of nature, or partake in a little fishing, you most likely know that only fools turn up to the site unprepared. Of course, just because you know you need to prepare for a camping trip, it doesn’t mean you know what you need to prepare to stay safe, and be successful with any hikes or other activities in which you engage whilst there.
Safety needs to be your number one priority any time you’re out in the wilderness. Whether it’s hunting, camping or spending a night travelling with your friends. The moment you neglect to think of safety first is the moment that you’re most at risk. In this article, we’re going to look at the vital ways that you need to be staying safe.
As a father of two, I know how tricky it can be to plan a family adventure! The kids are growing up, and making their own friends. But, I certainly believe that making time for the family is crucial. I also know that kids need to spend some time in the Great Outdoors! Getting away from the TV, games consoles, and tablets, helps them see the world from a different angle. They get closer to nature and learn to respect the world around them.