How to Make Winter Shelter for Cold Weather Wilderness Survival

How to Make Winter Shelter for Cold Weather Wilderness Survival

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How to Make Winter Shelter for Cold Weather Wilderness Survival

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Here is a great example of a Winter Weather Shelter I constructed on a Survival Training Trip. This is a Lean-To structure with some upgrades with debris walls and I milar blanket for heat reflection. I slept confortably in this shelter in 3o degree temperatures with just a t-shirt and cargo pants. I had a wool blanket, but the only time I used it was when it was too hot, and I had to block some of the direct heat.
– Adam

Equip 2 Endure
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  1. I like that your video demonstrated a scenario where stuff went wrong which it does.

  2. Sleepin with the dog. Are there any "Bushwomen" out there?

  3. Equip 2 Endure LLC


  4. Nice video!

  5. Equip 2 Endure LLC

    The backpack is a Maxpedition Falcon II, the butt pack is a Sabercat

  6. Good video. I was noticing that back pack. It looks like one that would suit my purposes well; who makes it and what model is it?

  7. Equip 2 Endure LLC

    child of avid outdoors people, my mother is still into the outdoors

  8. How old wer u wen u started doing this kind of stuff?

  9. I want to see ace the dog

  10. My winter is not much different but it is colder and usaully snows more.

  11. Equip 2 Endure LLC

    Thanks for your input

  12. people don't understand that winters are different everywhere and he was adjusting to his not yours. quit all the criticism. great video it really helped a lot thank you.


    in such condition you dont have that many choises tipi made out of pinetree branches or snow shelter which takes quite a while to dig.

  14. Equip 2 Endure LLC

    Thanks for your criticism

  15. make one suited for 3.5 feet of snow and -35 degree F . Good job still

  16. Hello, could you do a video of a warmer shelter? Because in winter we have -20 to -27 degrees of cold and I think in a situation like that this shelter will not hold enough warmness

  17. Equip 2 Endure LLC

    that time of year was called winter long before me

  18. RetardedRussians

    Because not everyone wants to lug around a tent

  19. you call that winter? :/

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