What should you do if you encounter an aggressive bear in the backcountry?
What personal location beacon do you trust most?
If you have no cover or shelter, is there a way to keep heavy rain from extinguishing a fire?
Outside Magazine, November 2009 Table of Contents
Just because you're in-bounds doesn't mean you're safe.
Heading to the wild frontier? Get insured.
When you're lost at sea, send the right signal.
It's better to bail out than to pass away.
A shiny document (and a smile) can change minds.
The planet is smaller than ever, but that just means there's a host of new dangers out thereand a new set of solutions. These days, a text message or the right travel-insurance policy might...
What should you do if you're bitten by a scorpion while camping in the American Southwest?
In your experience, what's the number one reason people get lost in the backcountry?
What is the number one skill people should learn in case they get lost in the backcountry?