Ultimate Survival Hacks

Over 500 Amazing Tricks That Just Might Save Your Life

Written By: Tim MacWelch
Fortune favors the prepared . . . and learning how to innovate, improvise, and make do will prepare you for just about anything. Detailed advice and step-by-step illustrations show you how to handle natural disasters, wilderness mishaps, and total catastrophes with whatever you have to hand, from duct tape to plastic bags to acorns. Hundreds of tips for situations ranging from the common to the once in a lifetime (you hope!), including:

-Use junk food to start a camp fire.
-Harvest drinkable water from morning dew.
-Use your belt to sharpen a knife.
-Suture a wound with dental floss.
-Use a bra as a respirator

. . . and much, much more. If you can find it in an emergency, Tim can almost certainly help you turn it into a survival tool!

Table of Contents

Wilderness Hacks:
Signal for Help with an Acorn
Build a Shelter using only Sticks and Leaves
Stay Warm with Hot Rocks
Make a Fire Using a Bottle
Catch Fish with a Soda Can Tab
. . . and 150 more ways to stay alive in the great outdoors

Natural Disaster Know-How:
Make a Lantern from a Water Bottle
Cook Dinner over A Beer Can
Make Your Own Dog Food
Cool Down When the Power’s Out
Use Kitty Litter for Humans
. . . and 174 more things to do when mother nature hits hard

Cope with a Catastrophe:
Sharpen a Knife with a Coffee Cup
Track Intruders Easily
Build a Backyard Forge from Your Hibachi
Make Zip-Tie Restraints
Filter Water with Cotton Balls
. . . and 176 more ways to cope with everything from civil unrest to the fall of civilization
Format: Flexibound
Publication Date: 10/30/2018
ISBN: 9781681884240
Pages: 224
Trim Size: 7.5 x 9.5 x .8

  • About the Author 
  • Press
Tim MacWelch, Author: Tim MacWelch is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Prepare for Anything, Hunting & Gathering, and How to Survive Anything. He is Outdoor Life magazine's survival blogger. He is also the founder and head instructor of Advanced Survival Training School, where he teaches ordinary people how to live closer to nature and how to use those skills in emergencies.