Top 10 Bushcraft & Camping Stoves

A quality, lightweight camping stove can be a useful part of your bushcraft or survival kit. While many people who bushcraft build their own camp and cooking fires, a camp stove allows you to quickly cook food and boil water without having to gather wood and tend to a […]

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Choosing the Best Tent for Bushcraft or Camping Trips

Choosing the Best Tent for Bushcraft or Camping Trips

With bushcraft, many people look to their surroundings to build an overnight shelter. But building your own bushcraft shelter isn’t a requirement. While a tree and a tarp might make do for a shelter, a good camping tent is another option if you’re willing to pack the extra weight. […]

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5 Reasons Everyone Should Learn to Bushcraft

5 Reasons Everyone Should Learn to Bushcraft

As technology continues to invade our life, it’s worth taking the time to disconnect and spend more time outdoors, reconnecting to nature. Learning a few basic bushcraft skills offers many benefits and opportunities for your next wilderness adventure. Here are a few reasons everyone should learn to bushcraft. Benefits […]

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Best Bushcraft Gloves for Camping and Wilderness Survival

A good pair of gloves is something you should consider having if you plan to bushcraft. Gloves offer a variety of benefits and can make practicing bushcraft skills easier (and safer.) While there aren’t gloves specifically made for bushcraft and survival skills, there are a lot of different types […]

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What Is A Bushcraft EDC (Everyday Carry) and What Bushcraft Gear Should Be In Yours

A bushcraft EDC is a term you might see often when learning about bushcraft. But if you’re just getting started with bushcraft, you might wonder what exactly is an EDC? EDC stands for Everyday Carry. It describes a basic kit of bushcraft gear that you carry with you on […]

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Keith Titanium Titanium Mess Kit (aka Heavy Cover Titanium Mess Kit)

Keith Titanium Canteen Mess Kit Review

If you’re heading out into the wilderness, you’ll need water. Sometimes you can find water where you camp, and sometimes you need to pack some water for the trip. Either way, you’ll need something you can rely on to hold your water. The Keith Titanium Canteen Mess Kit is […]

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Agawa Canyon BOREAL21 Folding Bow Saw

Agawa Canyon BOREAL21 Folding Bow Saw Review

I’m building a lean-to on my land. It’s a permanent lean-to that’s big enough for two. That means I need a lot of poles. Fortunately, I have a lot of clusters of young pine trees that need to be cleared (per a US Forest Service recommendation.) Along with some […]

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Bushcraft Basecamp Method For Starting a Fire With a Flint & Steel

Bushcraft Basecamp Method For Starting a Fire With a Flint & Steel

Every bushcraft basecamp should have a fire. You’ll use it for light at night, heat in cold weather, for cooking, comfort, and to deter wildlife. Everyone who does bushcraft should know how to start a fire. Starting a fire with a flint & steel is a popular method of […]

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3 Different Bushcraft Methods to Hang Your Cooking Pot Over a Camp Fire Using High Bar Suspension

One thing many people who bushcraft enjoy is cooking meals over an open campfire. The smoke, the char, and the great outdoors all make bushcraft meals a unique experience. There are a few different ways you can cook over a fire, such as simply over a flame or using […]

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11 Unique Bushcraft and Survival Gear Gift Ideas

11 Unique Bushcraft and Survival Gear Gift Ideas

So the holidays or are birthday comes around and you’re sitting there wondering, “What do I give them as a gift?” People who enjoy bushcraft and survival skills generally don’t live fancy lives. Knowing what to give them as a gift can be a challenge if you don’t know […]

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