The wilderness is a vast place. It's full of all kinds of features, animals, and plants. It's easily a diverse and complex area, no matter where you go. So, it stands to reason that something so large and full would be easy to get lost in. After all, walking past so many similar plants and geological features is bound to spin you in the wrong direction.
However, it should be pretty clear that getting lost in the wilderness is not a good idea. For one, you might have somewhere to go, and now you've just been thrown off your path. Another major drawback could be ending up unable to find your way out. You could also lose track of any resources you've found, or your base camp.
All in all, there's no doubt that a whole lot of bad things can come out of getting lost in the wild. Hence why it's so important that you do everything in your power to ensure that doesn't happen. However, you can't really stop the wilderness from being vast and complex.
Instead, you teach yourself how to be a better traveler. That means learning all kinds of ways to traverse the wilderness and find where you need to go. If you can master outdoor navigation, you've got no worries about losing your trail, no matter what stands in your way.
So, head over to the next page to learn the fundamentals of wilderness navigation, all using primitive and simple methods!
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