Navigation devices: You cannot rely solely on cellphones in the outdoors; especially not if you're lost in the woods. Using apps with GPS navigation is super helpful, but it is important that you always have a backup plan in case your phone dies or breaks at any point in time.
Boil your water: Before you leave your house, boil the water you plan on taking with you. Then, store it in a bottle holder insulated with neoprene.
Invest in quality gear: Do some research on what gear you think will work best for you. It's about trail and error. Some things ere going to work for some people that just won't work for you.
Hypothermia is the potentially deadly drop in one's body temperature. Typically a result of extended exposure in sub- freezing temperatures. It can be a potentially fatal condition. Hypothermia can strike during any season, even when temperatures are mild.
Put simply, your base layer is the layer of clothing that sits closest to your skin. They are designed to assist in moving any moisture away from your body, and evaporate from the fabric, also known as “wicking.”
Eat the right amount of calories, especially enough calories to burn off. Consume double the amount you normally would. Weight and space consumption: Choose lightweight items to carry. Repacking in a resealable baggy. Dehydrated meals.