Monday, 21 March 2011

How to escape from forest if you lost

Summer is just around the corner and the weather can take a walk in the woods. This knowledge will help you avoid trouble if you accidentally get lost.
Every person intending to trip, take a compass and map, but if you are a lot and a map with a compass remained with the group, and you lost the most important thing, do not panic! To get on the road or trail you need to know the signs and about the place where you are (before going to, carefully review the map of the area so you will be even easier to photograph her in my mind), but if you do not have a clue where you are, listen to and sniffs, or signs of use set out below:
1. On the trunks of birch trees more spots on the north side
2. At the ripe fruit color brighter than the southern side
3. Mosses and lichens grow on the north side.
4. Tree crowns at least on the north side than the south.
5. Look at the lonely standing stumps, in the direction of the southern grass grows high on them
6. If you are out on the footpath, you should know that not all trails lead to human habitation. If tree branches hit you on the chest or face, then it's beastly track on it is better not to go, you can stumble across a wild animal.


  1. I always remember the moss thing, even if there isn't actually any moss.

  2. I thought the moss and lichin thing was a myth?


  3. reverse the above if you live in the southern hemisphere?!