Where to Buy
Help support this site by making your next gear purchase through one of the links above. Click a link, buy what you need, and the seller will contribute a portion of the purchase price to support Trailspace's independent gear reviews.
Here's what other sites are saying:
Completely updated with information on keeping yourself safe and healthy in the wilderness. A comprehensive, well-organized, and user-friendly guide to staying alive in the backcountry. With concise explanations and detailed illustrations, survival expert Gregory Davenport covers the five basic elements of survival--personal protection, signaling, finding food and water, travel, and health--providing the reader with complete information on how to stay calm and alive until rescue arrives.About the Author: Gregory Davenport is the author of Wilderness Living (0-8117-2993-1) and the series Greg Davenport's Books for the Wilderness. A former USAF Survival Instructor, he is the founding member of Simply Survival, a wilderness education program based in Stevenson, Washington. He has consulted or appeared on 48 Hours, BBC, NBC Nightly News, CBS News, ABC PrimeTime Thursday, and Outdoor Life Network. Review: "A must-read for anyone who goes outdoors. Informative and captivating. It covers the principles of survival better than any book I have read." -Capt. Scott O'Grady, Survivor-Bosnia.Many B&W photosFully illustratedCovers all aspects of staying alive and wellIndespensible guideTips and tricks from a renowned expert.What to do and what not to do when you are lost or hurtBinding - PaperAuthor - Gregory DavenportPages - 291Publisher - Stackpole BooksYear - 2nd Edition 2006ISBN - 9780811732925.
Stackpole Books Outdoor Survival - The Essential Guide to Equipment and Techniques
Stackpole Books NOLS Wilderness Medicine
HarperCollins Les Stroud Survive
Waterford Press Emergency First Aid
Globe Pequot Allen & Mikes Avalanche Book
$13 - $16
Appalachian Mountain Club Not Without Peril
Northern Lights Publishing Pocket Guide to Emergency First Aid
Alaska Mountain Safety Center Snow Sense: A Guide to Evaluating Snow Avalanche Hazard