Alone in a vast Alaskan wilderness, seven teens fend off a grizzly bear—then try to stay alive
Since the release of 127 Hours, a certain canyon in Utah has become a lot more popular—and dangerous
Living through a disaster is just the start of a survival story. The rarely discussed psychological recovery is often the hardest part.
Satellite-linked emergency devices give backpackers, skiers, and boaters fingertip power to cry for help. Alas, people often cry wolf.
The Apocalypse Handbook
How to survive 10 deadly scenarios.
Which current survival TV host has the most wilderness cred?
What should I carry in my car to survive during a blizzard?
If I don't have a compass, how can I tell direction?
How do survival priorities change in the city versus the wilderness?
What rope and string should I pack in my survival kit?
How do I know if wild game has the plague?
What are the best survival schools in the country?
Never Get Caught Empty-Pocketed
Being prepared means being able to survive with what's in your pants.
Kill Like a Caveman
Sometimes hunting like Fred Flintstone is the only option, according to Steven Rinella, star of the Travel Channel show "The Wild Within."