Natalie de Groote is an Arctic wilderness Dog Sled guide in Sweden, she escaped from Frankfurt in Germany to live her dream and shares her story here along with an interesting job opportunity to those of you looking for your own way out of the rat race. — Matt I […]Read More
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In the field, that is, when you are living out in the woods, on an expedition or otherwise not at home with home comforts exposes us to additional problems not usually encountered at home. Good hygiene become more important than it is at home. For a start, hygiene is harder […]Read More
The snow grave or snow trench is perhaps the easiest and most practical of all natural shelters in the Arctic. It is fast to build, requires little in the way of materials and tools and will get you out of the biting wind fast. This shelter can be built in […]Read More
Wet boots mean cold feet, very cold feet and in the Arctic, dangerously cold feet. In this post, we will go through a few options on how to dry your boots. Your feet tend to sweat no matter what the temperature and this introduces moisture into your boots over time. […]Read More
When everything is covered in snow and otherwise frozen, finding water to drink can be harder than you might think. I am staying in a pretty remote log cabin which is nice but it has one drawback, there is no obvious water source. I like to be self reliant and […]Read More