The National Outdoor Leadership School s Wilderness Guide

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ISBN: 9780684859095
Release Date: 1999-06-17
Number of pages: 272
Author: Mark Harvey
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online The National Outdoor Leadership School s Wilderness Guide in PDF and EPUB A guide for backpackers, hikers, and other wilderness buffs offers information on equipment and techniques, search and rescue methods, cooking, and safety


55 Ways to the Wilderness in Southcentral Alaska

Filename: 55-ways-to-the-wilderness-in-southcentral-alaska.pdf
ISBN: 0898867916
Release Date: 2002
Number of pages: 253
Author: Helen Nienhueser
Publisher: The Mountaineers Books

Download and read online 55 Ways to the Wilderness in Southcentral Alaska in PDF and EPUB An indispensable resource for hiking, skiing, paddling, and climbing the backcountry of Southcentral AlaskaAll trips completely updated with seven new, comprehensive trips, and 18 new side trips70,000 copies of previous editions sold! The most current information on newly available maps and new trip summary tables for easy trip planningFrom woodland and tundra hikes to float trips and winter excursions, there are actually over 135 ways to discover the Southcentral Alaska in this book. Completely revised, it includes seven new trips, such as the Kesugi Ridge, a four-day high country trek in Denali State Park. Also included is information on the recently refurbished Valdez Historic Trail, and on Shoup Bay, a new trail in Prince William Sound that combines an easy beach walk with a glacier and iceberg studded final destination.Two convenient trip summary tables provide easy trip comparisons by location, length, level of difficulty, season to go, and suitability for children. The book also provides maps and helpful information on such things as finding public transportation to some of these amazing destinations.


Advanced Bushcraft

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ISBN: 9781440587979
Release Date: 2015-07-03
Number of pages: 256
Author: Dave Canterbury
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Advanced Bushcraft in PDF and EPUB Trek deeper into the wilderness with New York Times bestselling author Dave Canterbury! In this valuable guide, survivalist Dave Canterbury goes beyond bushcraft basics to teach you how to survive in the backcountry with little or no equipment. Using the foundation you learned in Bushcraft 101, Canterbury shows you how to completely immerse yourself in the wilderness with advanced bushcraft and woodcraft techniques. He covers crucial survival skills like tracking to help you get even closer to wildlife, crafting medicines from plants, and navigating without the use of a map or compass. He also offers ways to improvise and save money on bushcraft essentials like fire-starting tools and packs. With Canterbury's expert advice and guidance, you will learn how to forgo your equipment, make use of your surroundings, and truly enjoy the wilderness. Whether you're eager to learn more after your first real outdoor adventure or have been exploring the backcountry for years, Advanced Bushcraft will help you take your self-reliance and wilderness experience to the next level.


God in the Wilderness

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ISBN: 9780767929073
Release Date: 2008-04-08
Number of pages: 160
Author: Jamie Korngold
Publisher: Harmony

Download and read online God in the Wilderness in PDF and EPUB Rabbi Jamie Korngold has always loved the outdoors, the place where humankind first met with God. Whether it’s mountaineering, running ultramarathons, or just sitting by a stream, she finds her spirituality and Judaism thrive most in the wilderness. In her work as the Adventure Rabbi, leading groups toward spiritual fulfillment in the outdoors, Korngold has uncovered the rich traditions and lessons God taught our ancestors in the wild. In God in the Wilderness Korngold uses rabbinic wisdom and witty insights to guide readers through the Bible, showing people of all faiths that, despite the hectic pace of life today, it is vital for us to reclaim these lessons, awaken our inner spirituality, and find meaning, tranquillity, and purpose in our lives.


Your Wilder Nature

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ISBN: 0692747435
Release Date: 2016-07-07
Number of pages: 135
Author: Daian Hennington
Publisher:

Download and read online Your Wilder Nature in PDF and EPUB Your Wilder Nature: A Field Guide to Tracking Soul, invites the reader to soulful inquiry and personal growth through nature. Daian Hennington, MSW, ecotherapist and wilderness rites of passage guide, weaves the threads of ecopsychology, nature observation and spirituality to offer some simple ways to engage wild soul that can be practiced by anyone of any belief, any age, any culture, any physical ability. Wild soul calls to us in wide open spaces, from the deep, and in our own animal mystery. It is a song of ourselves, authentic and unfettered, native to the earth. At once poetic and practical, the book describes skills of awareness and observation, ways of orienting to self and the natural world, outdoor safety, and how to understand the language of psyche and nature. From the realm of deep ecology, the author explores a way that has kept us well and allowed us to survive and thrive as individuals and communities for thousands of years. By developing a relationship with the sacred earth we can find ourselves more deeply human.


Marble Mountain Wilderness

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105110456139
Release Date: 1996
Number of pages: 167
Author: David Green
Publisher:

Download and read online Marble Mountain Wilderness in PDF and EPUB The Salmon and Klamath rivers surround glacial basins and old-growth forests. Directions to trailheads and trail descriptions with information on the area's abundant wildlife and unique plants. Comes with a folded 15-minute topo map.


A Wilder Image Bright

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ISBN: UOM:39015060077347
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 152
Author:
Publisher:

Download and read online A Wilder Image Bright in PDF and EPUB "The Hudson River School is really the first coherent school of American art and it helped shape the mythos of the American landscape. The artists of the School, working from 1825 to 1875, infused the American landscape with the dreams and ambitions of a young nation poised for greatness. Beginning with the works of Thomas Cole, acknowledged founder and key figure in the establishment of the School, landscape art became the prevalent genre of nineteenth-century painting. Cole, whose dramatic and colorful landscapes are among the most impressive of the group, may be said to have been its leader during the its most active years. The work of over 20 artists is included here, with paintings by Henry Inman, Jasper Cropsey, Frederic E. Church, George Inness, Sanford Gifford, Martin Johnson Heade, Albert Bierstadt, William Stanley Haseltine, and Thomas Moran."


Bushcraft

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ISBN: 1772130079
Release Date: 2016-02-25
Number of pages: 304
Author: Mors Kochanski
Publisher:

Download and read online Bushcraft in PDF and EPUB Mors Kochanski, noted instructor and legendary survivalist, teaches everything you need to know to survive in the wilderness.


Tom Brown s Field Guide to Living With the Earth

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924073128443
Release Date: 1984
Number of pages: 252
Author: Tom Brown, Jr.
Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group

Download and read online Tom Brown s Field Guide to Living With the Earth in PDF and EPUB In the fourth book in his bestselling survival series, master tracker and outdoorsman Tom Brown, Jr. goes beyond survival and unlocks his personal storehouse of experience to share the secrets of adaptation, the single most important survival skill. Includes details on: How to construct your own superbly functional "Earthshelter" in any environment, in any season, with any materials How to make your own tools, weapons, furniture, clothing, utensils, even works of art, from materials plentiful in the wilderness How to use the plants, animals, and earth around you to nurture you both physically and spiritually, as so-called "primitive peoples" have done since the dawn of time.


City Creatures

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ISBN: 9780226192895
Release Date: 2015-11-03
Number of pages: 264
Author: Gavin Van Horn
Publisher: University of Chicago Press

Download and read online City Creatures in PDF and EPUB In any given year, in the spring and fall, some 7 million birds representing 300 different species migrate through the city of Chicago. They come for great architecture, cuisine, song, views, and flyways—creating their own urban nature. They alight our forest preserves, our lakefront paths, and the minds and hearts of citizens and students through the urban region. Chicago has gone to extensive lengths as a city to aid its finned, feathered, scaled, and furry animals enjoy the city as much as its bipedal inhabitants. Chicago is “Nature's Metropolis. Nature lovers, amateur naturalists, community organizers, urban agriculturalists, social workers, and concerned citizens have always been part of the fabric of the city. Chicago Creatures aims to animate this natural world of the Chicago region, using stories, poems, and art to show how the vibrancy of nature in Chicago runs like a rhizome throughout our collective experience as urban naturalists. Recognizing the stories have often the best means of reaching readers, the essays in this volume tell stories about urban nature, and so too do the poems, and paintings, and photos. We see in these various creative forms how nature inspires, and holds meaning, even in an urban wilderness, and perhaps because of the urbanity of it all in some cases. The pieces are organized thematically, around the types of places and encounters readers would have with urban nature. The ultimate hope is that in learning about the animals of the city readers will think more about their conservation and longevity. And while the experiences might be local, the messages in this book are born to fly.


Backpacking with the Saints

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ISBN: 9780199927814
Release Date: 2014-11-12
Number of pages: 288
Author: Belden C. Lane
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

Download and read online Backpacking with the Saints in PDF and EPUB Carrying only basic camping equipment and a collection of the world's great spiritual writings, Belden C. Lane embarks on solitary spiritual treks through the Ozarks and across the American Southwest. For companions, he has only such teachers as Rumi, John of the Cross, Hildegard of Bingen, Dag Hammarskjöld, and Thomas Merton, and as he walks, he engages their writings with the natural wonders he encounters--Bell Mountain Wilderness with Søren Kierkegaard, Moonshine Hollow with Thich Nhat Hanh--demonstrating how being alone in the wild opens a rare view onto one's interior landscape, and how the saints' writings reveal the divine in nature. The discipline of backpacking, Lane shows, is a metaphor for a spiritual journey. Just as the wilderness offered revelations to the early Desert Christians, backpacking hones crucial spiritual skills: paying attention, traveling light, practicing silence, and exercising wonder. Lane engages the practice not only with a wide range of spiritual writings--Celtic, Catholic, Protestant, Buddhist, Hindu, and Sufi Muslim--but with the fascination of other lovers of the backcountry, from John Muir and Ed Abbey to Bill Plotkin and Cheryl Strayed. In this intimate and down-to-earth narrative, backpacking is shown to be a spiritual practice that allows the discovery of God amidst the beauty and unexpected terrors of nature. Adoration, Lane suggests, is the most appropriate human response to what we cannot explain, but have nonetheless learned to love. An enchanting narrative for Christians of all denominations, Backpacking with the Saints is an inspiring exploration of how solitude, simplicity, and mindfulness are illuminated and encouraged by the discipline of backcountry wandering, and of how the wilderness itself becomes a way of knowing-an ecology of the soul.


Wilderness

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105005511790
Release Date: 1988
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Canoeing the Boundary Waters Wilderness

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ISBN: 9781614236245
Release Date: 2012-07-24
Number of pages: 160
Author: Stephen Wilbers
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Download and read online Canoeing the Boundary Waters Wilderness in PDF and EPUB Canoeing the Boundary Waters Wilderness: A Sawbill Log continues the story of wilderness canoeing begun in A Boundary Waters History: Canoeing Across Time, this time offering historical information about black bear attacks on humans, loon calls and behaviors, lightning strikes on the waters, the experience of a woman going into labor while canoeing with her husband, the sighting of spectacular northern lights, and reflections on the wilderness experience. All the while Wilbers reflects on experiences canoeing with his family. As in the first book, quotes from some of Minnesota’s well known wilderness authors appear throughout the manuscript.


Wilderness First Aid

Filename: wilderness-first-aid.pdf
ISBN: 0071379622
Release Date: 2001
Number of pages: 160
Author: Paul G. Gill
Publisher: International Marine/Ragged Mountain Press

Download and read online Wilderness First Aid in PDF and EPUB New in the Ragged Mountain Press Pocket GuidesA practical, packable source of clear, reassuring first aid advice, Wilderness First Aid is the only such guide written by a board-certified emergency medicine specialist.Wilderness First Aid presents 125 outdoor medical emergencies and succinct, step-by-step treatment advice. Arranged by symptom for easy access, treatments cover everything from blisters to broken bones, heat stroke to hypothermia, snake bites to poison ivy. Direct and to the point, Wilderness First Aid's spread-by-spread design gets readers where they need to be quickly­­making calm, informed treatment decisions.


An Empire Wilderness

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ISBN: 9780804153492
Release Date: 2014-11-12
Number of pages: 416
Author: Robert D. Kaplan
Publisher: Vintage

Download and read online An Empire Wilderness in PDF and EPUB Having reported on some of the world's most violent, least understood regions in his bestsellers Balkan Ghosts and The Ends of the Earth, Robert Kaplan now returns to his native land, the United States of America. Traveling, like Tocqueville and John Gunther before him, through a political and cultural landscape in transition, Kaplan reveals a nation shedding a familiar identity as it assumes a radically new one. An Empire Wilderness opens in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, where the first white settlers moved into Indian country and where Manifest Destiny was born. In a world whose future conflicts can barely be imagined, it is also the place where the army trains its men to fight the next war. "A nostalgic view of the United States is deliberately cultivated here," Kaplan writes, "as if to bind the uncertain future to a reliable past." From Fort Leavenworth, Kaplan travels west to the great cities of the heartland--to St. Louis, once a glorious shipping center expected to outshine imperial Rome and now touted, with its desolate inner city and miles of suburban gated communities, as "the most average American city." Kaplan continues west to Omaha; down through California; north from Mexico, across Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas; up to Montana and Canada, and back through Oregon. He visits Mexican border settlements and dust-blown county sheriffs' offices, Indian reservations and nuclear bomb plants, cattle ranches in the Oklahoma Panhandle, glacier-mantled forests in the Pacific Northwest, swanky postsuburban sprawls and grim bus terminals, and comes, at last, to the great battlefield at Vicksburg, Mississippi, where an earlier generation of Americans gave their lives for their vision of an American future. But what, if anything, he asks, will today's Americans fight and die for? At Vicksburg Kaplan contemplates the new America through which he has just traveled--an America of sharply polarized communities that draws its population from pools of talent far beyond its borders; an America where the distance between winners and losers grows exponentially as corporations assume gov-ernment functions and the wealthy find themselves more closely linked to their business associates in India and China than to their poorer neighbors a few miles away; an America where old loyalties and allegiances are vanishing and new ones are only beginning to emerge. The new America he found is in the pages of this book. Kaplan gives a precise and chilling vision of how the most successful nation the world has ever known is entering the final, and highly uncertain, phase of its history.