Survival For Beginners
By Colin Towell


This essential survival guide for intrepid young explorers shows the talents and techniques you would like for outdoor adventure, from maps and navigation to camping.

Learn the fundamentals - from picking the simplest tent for your expedition to knowing the way to pitch it - with clear step-by-step illustrations. determine why to not camp beneath a tree, the way to peg out your tent, and when to slacken the guy lines. Once you're safely under canvas, discover the way to forage for food, light a fireplace with flints and tinder, and cook up delicious grub.

Find out what to require on your expedition, the way to plan your route, and what to incorporate in your essential survival kit. Then celebrate learning the camp craft and bushcraft skills. to assist you to discover your way, this book shows you ways to use a map and compass, or the Sun and stars as a guide. Discover the simplest thanks to hiking over diverse terrains, including forests, swamps, forests, deserts, and mountains. Learn, too, the way to predict the weather by observing cloud formations and wind direction.

So start packing your rucksack for an outside adventure and do not forget your copy of Survival for Beginners.

About the Author

Colin Towell joined the Navy in 1977 and qualified as a Survival Instructor with 22 Regiment SAS. He has taught survival skills to the united kingdom and USA Army, Navy, Marines, and Air Force has served because the Royal Navy’s Chief Survival Instructor, and was Chief Instructor at the United States Navy SERE School for 3 years. he's the author of Essential Survival Skills and therefore the Survival Handbook.