- Practical wilderness know how for nature adventures
- Ancient knowledge and modern outdoor techniques
- With many tips and firsthand accounts from the author
Extent: 248 pages
Format: 19.2 cm x 24.5 cm
Approx. 180 colour photos
Right sold: All rights available28,00 EUR
A weekend outdoors in one of the local forests or several weeks of canoeing in Sweden or Canada - many of us have a secret longing to spend time in the wilderness, to relish the silence, simplicity, and untouched nature. To find the right campground, take a dip in the water early in the morning, catch a fish and roast it at the campfire, use wild plants to heal wounds, prepare drinking water, read animal footprints. This book combines the wilderness knowledge of our ancestors with modern outdoor techniques and provides simple and practical wilderness know how for our adventures outdoors. What do we really need in terms of modern equipment? How can we make use of the things nature has to offer? Fire, drinking water, knot techniques, woodworking, knowledge about edible wild and healing plants, tracking, hunting and fishing, camp building - in short: all there is to know for a safe and relaxed outdoor trip in the wilderness. Complemented by personal accounts of the author from his many years of wilderness experience. Ralph Müller Runs his own Nature and Wilderness School. Workshops, wilderness expeditions, nature mentoring, quests for vision. Numerous months-long trips to the wilderness of remote areas in Europe, North Africa, as well as North and South America.