The best way to ensure survival in the wild? Learn how to live like a hunter-gatherer.
A hydrated hiker is a happy hiker. Feel good and crush miles with these tips for identifying and avoiding dehydration.
From strandings at sea to grizzly attacks, we collect our readers' favorite tales from the brink.
In many parts of the world, entomophagy, or eating bugs is commonplace. Insects are actually the most abundant protein source on the planet, and many of them boast dense concentrations of nutrients like omega 3s. If two billion people can invite insects to the dinner table, it shouldn't be too much of a stretch for you to include edible bugs in your emergency-survival diet.
While thousands of people flock to U.S. national parks each year in hopes of seeing a bear, spotting one out in its element is just another day in the office for some employees.
Mix up your bear calls with our expert suggestions.
Forget about the wildlife; human beings can be the most dangerous—and the most unpredictable—creatures you’ll meet on the trail. Here’s how to handle them.