November 2013

Post image for How To Walk The Pacific Crest Trail

Before, during and after my hike of the Pacific Crest Trail, my partner and I met many people who “would love to do something like that but, really I couldn’t”. Following this statement we were generally given a reason why: Read more...

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Post image for We’ve Got You Covered: All You Need To Know About Winter Clothing

Dressing for winter takes some practice. Yes, we can all wrap up warm, wear a hat and gloves and wiggle our toes when they get a little chilly. But dressing well for an extended period outdoors in winter requires a bit more skill in clothing management. Most people have no experience of… Read more...

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Post image for Winter Bushcraft Skills: Producing Water In The Frozen North

[You can also watch Winter Bushcraft & Survival: Generating Water From Snow directly on YouTube] Let us know your thoughts and comments on this video in the comments section below. Which technique or even single tip did you find most useful? Read more...

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Post image for Winter Bushcraft Skills: A Trio Of Videos

Last winter I filmed a number of winter skills videos, which I added to my YouTube channel. I wanted to bring them to your attention here on the Frontier Bushcraft Blog, so that you can see them all in one place. We’re now gearing up for winter programmes (plus I have a few more winter […] Read more...

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Post image for Why Walk The Pacific Crest Trail?

The Call Of The Wild:The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) is a 2,661 mile hiking trail, starting in Mexico and ending in Canada. To continuously hike the whole trail in one long attempt is called through-hiking. I through-hiked the whole trail this year, starting in April as the deserts warmed before the greatest heat, and finishing […] Read more...

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