Survival Overnight Adventure - Lost on the Trail with only the Emergency Pocket Super Shelter

  • Published on: 24 May 2019
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    This is the very first Survival Overnight adventure where I head into the woods with very little in terms of food, gear, clothing, and so on. The focus of this trip is an emergency shelter which is known as the Pocket Super Shelter and it is time to see how well that it holds up as an emergency option.

    In this episode you will see a beautiful remote forest, bears, deer, owls, and experience real survival with temps close to freezing with absolutely no overnight gear.
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COMMENTS: 40

  • TheOutdoorGearReview
    TheOutdoorGearReview   3 years ago

    This is the first time that I have ever had to pull my firearm.....what a trip! Now on to the next adventure.Have a great weekend everyone. Thanks for watching and supporting. Make sure to hit the like button if you enjoyed the trip.- Luke

  • Stacey Troffer
    Stacey Troffer   1 days ago

    My X and I were doing the Sol Duc Loop trail in the Olympic Peninsula Forest In Washington. It was a 7-day trek and during the walk we had seen bear scat (loads), deer, and these HUGE white fluffy goat, in which the males are very aggressive. On our 5th night we were snug as a bug in our 2-person backpacking tent, and all of a sudden major stomping, like a HERD of stomping. My partner gets out his weapon, I get out my Buck knife…..we peek out the rain fly…..and it’s literally a wall of big white fur surrounding us. They snarfed us as they passed, but it appeared the massive goats and babies were on a mission, and we were of little interest. Backpacking is the best.

  • Stacey Troffer
    Stacey Troffer   1 days ago

    I thought it sounded like a wolf…………. Wolf dude. 😳

  • Lynn Palmer
    Lynn Palmer   3 days ago

    first of all never ever hike alone, 2 tell people where you are going, 3 bring protection with you and not some little pocket knife

  • Revenge of Sword
    Revenge of Sword   1 weeks ago

    I really like your videos. Now I am realizing I am wasting my time. I am from India I will be travel like this in my home country. Now I am your big fan.

  • Rick Timmons
    Rick Timmons   1 weeks ago

    You passed several spots that looked real good to me. any of those down trees offers windbreak shelter. canteen? just a pot full of water over a campfire. NEVER eat or have smelly items in your tent!

  • Amradye
    Amradye   2 weeks ago

    I have no experience camping, and watching these videos, and others like them, has instructed me on how important planning and appropriate gear are to hiking, camping, etc. So thank you very much.

  • James Nash
    James Nash   3 weeks ago

    Great show looked like you were suffering it out on a 79 cent tarp. You should not pay more for rhat

  • Friendly Metroid
    Friendly Metroid   3 weeks ago

    Does anyone have tips on self protection where a firearm is not an option? Do bear sprays work reliably? Does a knife make practical protection? I don't know if a bear will respect my hand-to-hand combat abilities.

  • Edwin J SKI Korczynski

    Actually, You Should Never Boil Coffee. Despite the name of the article, traditional recipes almost never call for actually boiling the coffee. This is because boiling the coffee grounds will destroy flavour compounds and most likely result in bitter over-extraction.

  • Edwin J SKI Korczynski

    Actually, You Should Never Boil Coffee. Despite the name of the article, traditional recipes almost never call for actually boiling the coffee. This is because boiling the coffee grounds will destroy flavour compounds and most likely result in bitter over-extraction.

  • Gary Chard
    Gary Chard   1 months ago

    See through tents..........bit of a passion killer 😉

  • Earl Swonger
    Earl Swonger   1 months ago

    Love your videos. I just wish, there was, more videos of you and Susie.

  • Jean Strong
    Jean Strong   1 months ago

    We ALWAYS carry firearms when we camp and hike. ALWAYS. If someone doesn't like it I don't care and it doesn't have to be respectful. I WILL carry a firearm. ALWAYS.

  • Thomas Janos
    Thomas Janos   1 months ago

    Had a deer do the same to me at 2am once when i set my solo camp up in the dark. Found out in the morning i had set my tent up right in a game trail that i could not see in the dark with a flashlight. Rude awakening

  • notgivingup
    notgivingup   1 months ago

    I would never go anywhere without being prepared, even a short hike. Always carry a small tent, food, water a knife a sleeping bag, first aid kit emergency flares a radio a solar powered battery bank, a change of clothes loo paper small packet of toiletries ect. If you do it right it doesn't take up too much room.

  • notgivingup
    notgivingup   1 months ago

    Are you sure it was a dear 🐆🐲😲😂

  • One D
    One D   1 months ago

    Would you do a test of the Patriot Emergency Sleeping Bag with a tarp? Thanks for this video, it was very informative. Design concept is good however in the wind & rain it is not because maintaining a fire in those conditions would be difficult & dangerous. I’m thinking the Patriot bag and a tarp may be better.

  • SirWolfCZ
    SirWolfCZ   2 months ago

    Wow, it makes me sad to see how incredibly poorly marked your hiking trails are.You should see the Czech Hiking Markers System. It's infinitely better, more systematic and there are an incredible number of trails marked in our small country. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Czech_Hiking_Markers_System

  • Mark Bough
    Mark Bough   2 months ago

    I liked that you asked about what should you do if? I’m extremely new to Bushcraft and I live about an hour east of the Rocky Mountains in Canada so there will be no carrying of a concealed weapon or even a firearm if I’m in the Federal Parks. What happens if I get lost, have to much pain to move very far. What happens if the weather turns on me or if a wildfire cuts off my planned exit? What do I do in an emergency? What do I do when Bushcraft becomes Survival?

  • Matt C
    Matt C   2 months ago

    Please tell me you dont run your glock without a round chambered...

  • John Acord
    John Acord   2 months ago

    It looks like it worked to me, you survived, better than nothing

  • Brent Neves
    Brent Neves   2 months ago

    IMO, I think that the SE brand survival tent shelter, with a uco tea candle lantern lit inside will keep you quiet warm, in cold conditions, no external fire necessary, ventilation is tricky and condensation is also an issue, but there no way around it. The candle + your body heat, heats up the interior of the tent very fast, the tent also has tie straps to secure the door flaps, so air still enters the tent, you could tie it loosely to allow for better ventilation, with the lit candle.

  • Rebecca Edwards
    Rebecca Edwards   2 months ago

    In an emergency could you build your shelter next to a large fallen log and feed the log into the fire all night ? To save time collecting?

  • Kevin Harding
    Kevin Harding   2 months ago

    I carry a Mylar tent an emergency sleeping bag (very light and breathable) and a very light puffy jacket for emergency. I have never used them, but they weigh very little and pack very small. Building an maintaining a fire all night seems like too much work and too little sleep. Keeping dry and having a wind break is my goal. Thanks for this test. Condensation seems like a big issue.

  • jazzaman147
    jazzaman147   2 months ago

    Luke we have a right to bare arms and a right to arm bears lol

  • Luanne Anderson
    Luanne Anderson   2 months ago

    Hi there, I would love to see what you can do for emergency shelters and situations. I love camping 🏕. I really enjoy your site and learn a lot of ideas you use. Thank you for your help

  • joistein
    joistein   2 months ago

    But it was not raining so hard to make fire 🔥.😎👍

  • RobertHunter9
    RobertHunter9   2 months ago

    fantastic video keep up th good work be safe from scotland.

  • Sue Ford
    Sue Ford   2 months ago

    I don’t think this would do anyone much good at all because without all of your prep and your forethought and your wisdom and knowledge you wouldn’t of been able to do what you did. And other people don’t have that.

  • General
    General   2 months ago

    Watch out for Wendigos