|Other titles||Back country ethics|
|Statement||prepared by Forest Service, Southwestern Region|
|Contributions||United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet :|
In this book you will find tips on clothing & gear selection, packing appropriately, winter camping safety & planning (including building multiple styles of snow shelters), intermediate skiing techniques, backcountry ethics, and basic avalanche safety. All of these are accompanied by entertaining and informational pictures which for me are very /5(38). Since I was a new guest and had never hunted the area, I chose to listen and “go with the flow”, at least for the first day or so. The plan was to get up at 3 a.m. for breakfast and leave ranch headquarters by 4 a.m. in order to be on top of the mountain before daylight. In this book you will find tips on clothing & gear selection, packing appropriately, winter camping safety & planning (including building multiple styles of snow shelters), intermediate skiing techniques, backcountry ethics, and basic avalanche by: 3. Brush up on your wilderness ethics and land management philosophies with the NOLS Wilderness Ethics Management Book.
The Backcountry Classroom serves as a resource guide for all who want to live well in the backcountry. Its layout makes it easy to navigate with its outline layout. Its outlines make it easy to navigate and each knowledge set is accompanied by teaching strategies.4/5(9). Back Country by H.J. Bellus is the second installment in the Country Duet. Back Country is not a standalone. Please read book one, Wild Country, first. Back Country picks up where Wild Country ends. Hunter and Teage are broken up. Hunter works at the feed lot, is a student in college and cares for Dave. Daves health deteriorates more and more/5. A dog's bark in the backcountry is out of place, startling and even frightening both man and wild animals. Dogs unleashed and walking in advance of their master will frequently attempt to "protect" their master from oncoming hikers--this may be a growl or, as I have encountered, a violent knashing of teeth. Backcountry Stories. Stories from real people who are blending the outdoors with the everyday, the latest information about gear we love, advice to get you into a new activity or take your passion to the next level, and trip reports to help you plan your next adventure.
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