And for starters, why are we hearing more and more about it? Probably because at some point we all feel the need to disconnect, the need to centre ourselves around simpler things. We go back to basics, cut ourselves off from technology and focus on nature. Back to basics!
To fully enjoy this experience, a series of techniques and necessary skills must be acquired, step by step, on the road to self-sufficiency in the great outdoors. These include building a shelter using wood or using a tarp or a hammock
.Lighting a fire using a firesteel flint or by friction. Selecting, cutting and preparing wood for the fire by chopping, batonage or making feather sticks. Finding water and making it drinkable, as well as foraging, tracking and hunting.
Before heading into the woods to rediscover our ancestral practices, we advise you to be well equipped. For this, you need to choose simple, versatile, efficient and durable equipment.