This Guide to Wilderness Survival Should Be In Your Personal Collection

I first became familiar with Rich Johnson through his column on survival in “Outdoor Life” magazine. If wilderness survival is your thing, you should have Rich Johnson’s The Ultimate Survival Manual in your survival book collection.

If you’re not familiar with Johnson, he’s one of America’s best-known experts on wilderness survival. An Army Special Forces veteran, Rich lived for a year in a remote region of Utah with his family, staying in caves, a wikiup, and an abandoned mine shack and eating snakes, lizards, chipmunks, rabbits, insects, and just about anything that wandered by. He has written and starred in several non-fiction books and survival videos and has published thousands of articles on outdoor subjects.

The Ultimate Survival Manual offers “expert advice on staying safe in the outdoors. The best way to survive an extreme situation in the wilderness is to avoid it in the first place, says Johnson. As one book description puts it, Johnson avoids both the rigid “primitive skills” ideology and macho, military/survivalist posturing, and focuses on proven, easily implemented methods to handle emergency situations in an easy, low-stress manner.

When longer days and the promise of warmer weather have you thinking about spending time outdoors on treks, camping, etc., get mentally prepared by going through The Ultimate Survival Manual. Get your copy by clicking on its title wherever you see it linked in this post. You’ll be taken to the page where you can place your order.


Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.