Reddito Only_Till8916 is a family man who planned a camping trip for his wife and their daughter. Unfortunately, his wife was backed out due to physical discomfort, and the trip became a father and daughter bonding trip. That was all well and good until circumstances led to the disappointing planning of a second trip. After […] More
People Share The Handiest And Often Overlooked Items To Bring On A Camping Trip
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Camping can be a lot of fun.

That is until you get to the middle of nowhere and realize you forgot an essential piece of gear.

Wouldn't it be great if there was a list of the most useful camping supplies that usually get forgotten?

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Hikers Break Down The Most F**ked Up Thing They've Ever Seen On The Trail
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I have never understood the fascination with the outdoors.

Camping? In the dirt? In the dark?

Y'all have seen the "Friday the 13th" series yes?

Besides being under the thumb of nature, there is wildlife, reptiles, and serial killers.

Watch a few Dateline NBC episodes and you'll see how many hiking trails are nothing but burial grounds.

Stay home, rent a movie.

Redditor Legitimate_Eye_5382 wanted to know what we should be aware of when wandering out in nature. They asked:

"Hikers of Reddit, what has been the most f**ked up thing you’ve seen?"
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There is little more frustrating than having to change your plans at the last minute. Particularly when it comes to changing a vacation. But sometimes life just gets in the way, and you may find yourself required to change a vacation you might have been saving up and planning for years. Redditor novacayaita found herself […] More
People Share Which Survival Tips Could Actually Get You Killed
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For the most part, survival tips have been taught to us from a young age. We know to call 911 if there's an emergency and to put pressure on a bleeding wound. Boy Scouts know to be always prepared. Hikers know to conserve water, campers know how to build a fire, and anyone who spends a great deal of time outdoors knows how to locate shelter.

However, those skills are pretty basic. If you get into real trouble, you'll need more specific survival skills in order to get yourself out of trouble.

Some people can give you survival tips that can mean the difference between life and death. Others may give you tips that seem to make sense, but will probably only lead to death. It can be a great skill to learn the difference.

That's probably the thought process that led Redditor scarredforlife164 to ask:

"What "survival tips" would probably get you killed?"
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