Keen wilderness explorers and campers should always be kitted out with the right gear when they head out on their latest trip. It doesn’t matter if it’s a simple camping trip in the woods or an expedition into the mountains, without the right equipment and a survival kitto hand, you’re asking for trouble right from the start.
Buying a bushcraft knife can be confusing, here we explain the terminology of what makes a good bushcraft knife, and guide you to a conclusion to help you choose the right product.
If you get lost in the wilderness, the most important thing to do is to find water. The human body can only live for around three days without water, perhaps less depending on climate conditions and how much you’re exerting yourself. But, no matter where you are in the world, there is usually a way to find water.
BushcraftLab's friend & colleague Maddie Callaghan shares how she got involved in bush craft, and why it’s now a big part of her life and always will be
Part 4 of BushcraftLab’s series on foraging, survival instructor Steve Aley is back from a busy couple of weeks with five more of his favourites for you to forage for!
For anyone new to this blog, please take a look at Part 1 where you will find the rules for foraging, I must recap on rule number one – 100% ID AT ALL TIMES –If you don’t know exactly what it is, don’t eat it.
Prepping is simply about being aware of, and prepared for possible threats that could seriously challenge our way of life.
It is perfectly natural for a human to imagine an array of different possible threats, and then working out possible solutions about how we can survive, if any of those situations happened to materialise.
In part 2 of BushcraftLab’s series on foraging, survival instructor Steve Aley introduces you to 5 plants you can find NOW to practise your 100% ID