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4-Mountain Survival Guide

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Always check local avalanche watches: the biggest threat to skiers is from avalanches. When in an avalanche risk area, carry a radio beacon or distress flare – it's the best way to ensure you are found. Only 50% of avalanche victims who are completely buried by snow are recovered alive.
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If you are alone and need to get down the mountain then read the snow. Push a ski pole deep into the snow. You are looking for weak layers of snow that lie underneath compacted layers. If the ski pole suddenly gives then you've hit a weak layer and skiing here is best avoided. If constant pressure is needed to push the pole in, you are probably safe.
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Just as rivers and streams are always a good way out of wilderness, glaciers are a good way out of mountains. If you follow them down they will lead you to the bottom.
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If you are threatened by large mammals and you don't have any weapons, then build a fire at night – they won't like it. If you are caught out, then surprise is your best defense. Sit quietly until they are approaching, then make a sudden commotion. Shout, flap your arms, use anything you can find to make a noise. 


5-Desert Survival Guide

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If you are lost in desert heat, your main aim will be to keep cool. The biggest desert killers are heatstroke and dehydration, which can come on very quickly.
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Keep your head cool at all costs, even if it means peeing on your hat. You shouldn't go into a desert without a hat, but if you are caught short, make one from another piece of clothing. Wear light-coloured clothing in the desert.
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The Moab Desert contains two major rivers – the Colorado and the Green. Finding one of them is the key to getting out. Following a river will eventually lead to civilization. Plants, insects and birds need water, so signs of life like these indicate a water source nearby.
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Canyons provide shade and might contain water sources that could lead to bigger rivers. Find a canyon that runs downhill – it is a good sign that water is nearby since water runs downhill.
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Only drink running water. Stagnant water is likely to be contaminated with dead animals and other debris, which could give you diarrhea that could finish you off altogether.

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