Survival, information with Chat and Forum

Survival in Canada's Wilderness. Talk and Chat at our Survival Forum with others, about survival skills and outdoor skills. Talk and learn to build shelter, with just a knive (Knifes) for survival in the bush and wilderness. Canada's Wilderness is dangerous but a survivor of wild canada with a knife will prove his bushcraft, with primitive weapons and primitive cooking. The intention is not only to survive using their bushcraft and knowledge as woodsmen, but to survive in style. This is a difficult wilderness survival feat for a survivor man with all his bush knowledge. Braving the wild of Northern Manitoba. On this site we will be showing you progress in becoming adept at wilderness survival and will then show live coverage of the survival feat as it takes place in the wild outdoors of Northern Manitoba. To help in the day to day tasks of hunting, snaring, tracking, making fire, building shelter and fishing learn to make make your own survival knife to take along. Join our Forums or chat for Survival, it is for Everybody, not just about the barewilderness Guys. you can post your opinion, your guess, or what you would do, if you would be out in the Bush.
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Survival Facts and rules

It is absolutely imperative that you understand some of the basic rules of survival in the bush so that you can cope in an emergency. Learn somthing about the Survival Basic rules from other people and train before you go out in the bush for a Survial Trip. Obviously, weather is an important consideration in planning your trip as many road conditions vary according to the local rainfall. You should be aware of the changes of season in the area of your trip. Bushcraft, a popular term for wilderness survival skills. Bushcraft is about surviving and thriving in the natural environment, and the acquisition of skills and knowledge to do so. Bushcraft skills include; firecraft, tracking, hunting, shelter building, the use of tools such as knives and axes, foraging, hand-carving wood, container construction from natural materials, rope and twine-making, and many others.