Solo Overnight Winter Survival, Tarp, Knife, Rope ASMR (Silent)

Essential Survival Items You Should Have When Visiting Alaska When visiting Alaska, there are several essential survival items you should always have with you. This is especially true if you plan to spend time out in the wilderness, away from civilization. While it's a beautiful and relatively safe place to visit, Alaska can still be a dangerous place if you're not properly prepared. The first item on the list of essential survival items should be clothing that is suitable for the cold weather in Alaska. You'll want to pack plenty of layers, such as long johns, sweaters, jackets, and hats. It's also important to have waterproof outerwear in case of rain or snow. Lightweight hiking boots are also essential for traversing the rugged terrain of Alaska's backcountry trails. The next item on the list is a good first aid kit. This should include bandages, antiseptic wipes and ointment, pain relievers, and any other medications you might need while traveling in this remote region. Make sure your first aid kit is easily accessible at all times while outdoors so that it can be used quickly in an emergency situation. A high-quality camping stove should also be included on your packing list for an Alaskan adventure. Bring enough fuel for your stove along with pots and pans for cooking meals outdoors if needed during your stay in the wilds of Alaska. Also make sure to bring along some water purification tablets or filter systems so that you can drink from rivers or streams without getting sick from bacteria or parasites found in untreated water sources. Another must-have item when visiting Alaska is a knife or multi-tool with a variety of blades suitable for cutting rope, slicing food and carving wood into useful items like firewood or shelters if needed during your stay in this remote region. A compass and map are also essential so that you don't get lost while exploring this vast landscape full of hidden surprises around every corner! Lastly, it’s always wise to pack some form of communication device such as a satellite phone to call for help if an emergency arises while out in the wilderness away from civilization — just make sure it’s fully charged before leaving! Overall, these are just some of the many essential survival items one should consider when visiting Alaska - take care when packing so that you’re well-prepared before setting off on your adventure! I set up a simple primitive tarp shelter using paracord between two trees. Next I use primitive cooking technology and primitive technology to prepare a wild rabbit for cooking over an open fire. I use only very cheap bushcraft tools in this challenge to try to keep my outdoor survival skills sharp. Hit cc for Captions. FULL PLAYLIST: Cooking over open fire is simply a matter of keeping the right temperature on the meat by correcting for elevation. Surviving the winter is easy when you undertand how to keep yourself warm and dry. MEDIA Instagram: Facebook: Merch (t-shirts): Become part of MY TRIBE: POND SPONSORS - Lyndon Trout Pond: - The Dug Out Dude: - Pelican Kayaks: SPONSORS - Woodobo Spice: - Trail Cameras (Browning): - Flashlights (O-light): [use code "woodbeard" for 10% off] Olight USA: Olight Canada: - Slingshots, slingbows (Simpleshot): - Camo (ASAT): [se code "WoodBeard" to get 10% off] CABIN SPONSORS - Norwood Portable Sawmill: - Eastonmade Wood Splitter: - Briggs and Stratton: - Vic West (Roof): tags survival challenge, survival, survival tips, 24 hour survival, walmart survival, wild edibles, wild foods, foraging, cooking, fire, bushcraft, off grid, outdoors, camping, fishing, fire cooking, wilderness survival, bushcraft cooking, wild diet, eating wild, survival skills, living off the land, nature, wild game, primitive living, primitive technology, eating wild foods #lyndonfishingpond #lyndonfishfriday #TroutPond #StockingTrout #wildernessliving #survivalchallenge #wildfoods