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Improvising Essentials on the Trail

The most important tools are the ones you can't improvise. When we're in the back country perhaps the most finite resource is what we are able to bring with us. The most important resources to bring are the ones we can't improvise. So what can we re-purpose on the trail. Many of the items in our packs and on our persons can be used to do everything from making fire to building a backboard for and injured hiker. Spend a couple of hours outside and learn new uses for the things you already have on hand. (take a closer look at what is in your pack, learn to build fire, build emergency shelter, build an improvised litter, and stay dry)

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