By Bob Rodgers
I’m one of the people that loves spending time in nature regardless of the season. I find the winter months to be delightful when spending time exploring the great outdoors.
The white scenery provides a relaxing feeling, and the satisfaction of setting up a cozy shelter is hard to explain in plain words. However, Winter does have its challenges, and one of the first things I had to learn is that exposure to cold can shorten my camping trips.
There’s nothing worse than being exposed to cold in a survival scenario, and it’s one of the situations that leads to serious medical problems that you should know how to deal with. The management of cold injuries should be one of your main priorities is you spend an extended amount of time outdoors during the colder months of the year. Even more, you should spend time training on how to treat such injuries if you live in a cold climate.