FORAGING What It Is: Foraging is the ultimate in knowing where your food comes from! You go out in the woods, prairie, marsh, or desert and find it. Mushroom hunting, berry picking, and nut collecting are probably the best known kinds of foraging, but with proper knowledge you can create complete, healthy, delicious meals with what you find in the wild. 60 Ways to Get Out and Do More - 50 Campfires
10 Delicious Cast Iron Skillet Recipes To Make Your Camping Trip Wonderful -...
Most people in the south have a few good cast iron skillet recipes that they pull out when camping season rolls around. If you’ve never used a cast iron skillet, or you just want a new list of recipes to take along on your next camping trip, I’ve got a great selection of 10 recipes that range...
HIGH ROPES COURSES What It Is: Aerial adventure parks, also known as high ropes courses, offer people the chance to walk, jump, and zip line from treetop to treetop on a variety of rope, wood, and cable bridges and obstacles. 60 Ways to Get Out and Do More - 50 Campfires
BURNING MAN What It Is: From the last Sunday in August until the first Monday in September, Black Rock City is temporarily constructed in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada. Described as an experiment in both community and art, Burning Man is a hedonistic adventure in a torturous environment. 60 Ways to Get Out and Do More - 50 Campfires
FALCONRY What It Is: Falconry is the ancient pursuit of taking small game, upland game birds, and/or waterfowl with the aid of a trained raptor, usually a species of falcon or hawk. Witnessing this hunt is thrilling, but it’s not a one-and-done kind of event. To own and train a raptor is a lifestyle commitment of many years. 60 Ways to Get Out and Do More - 50 Campfires
WHITTLING What It Is: The art of slowly carving by removing small slices of wood, whittling is the perfect way to constructively spend time around the campfire during your next camping trip. Actually you can whittle most anywhere in the outdoors. 60 Ways to Get Out and Do More - 50 Campfires