Getting caught out in deep snow can be deadly. Not only is there the risk of hypothermia, but even moving around in the snow

We have a bit of a tradition around here, where I do an article on what I think we all need to be watching

Living the survivalist lifestyle means that you are fully prepared for any eventuality. This means you’ve spent countless hours creating shelters, storing food, and

The majority of us preppers tend to be rather self-reliant individuals equipped with various skills and training to navigate the wilderness with confidence.

My father and I met Crazy Bob deep in the Superstition Wilderness, just south of LaBarge Spring. Along with one other hiker, we were

I’m one of the people who loves winter camping, and I usually try to spend most of the year outdoors. I love this particular

I have been interested in survival stories all my life and since I was invited to write about survival about thirteen years ago, I

There’s a bit of a tendency in the prepping and survival community to think big, when we think of survival. We’d much rather talk

This article of part 2 of a 2-part series based on the book: The Knowledge: How to Rebuild Our World from Scratch by Lewis

I’ve been a prepper for almost 12 years now, and I often think about my life before I started this journey. I used to

There are a lot of different ideas out there about how to celebrate Christmas. Every culture has its own traditions and each family seems

This subject has been pondered by many thinkers, survivalists, and writers of post-apocalyptic fiction and the subject of the book The Knowledge: How to

Imagine this: You’re cozily nestled at home, wrapped up in blankets, and enjoying a TV show while a blizzard rages outside. Then, out of

Most instructors recommend preparing for rescue over attempting self-recovery and they do so with the zeal of a fundamentalist.

I like to spend a lot of time in the great outdoors, and over the last decade, I’ve noticed that more and more campers