survival
survival survival
survival_world_globe survival_world_banner survival_world_banner survival_world_banner survival_world_banner
survival home_tag about_us_tag survival_search_tag contact_us_tag
survival survival
Survival Stories
Video
Sea Survival
Wilderness Survival
Tropical Survival
Hunting / Tracking
Rescue
Climbing
Maps
Geography
Fishing
Science
 

Heating With Fire

 

If you plan to use a fire on the inside of your shelter as a heat source, carefully plan how it will be tended. Make sure your shelter has proper ventilation at all times to allow smoke to escape, and to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. In some types of shelters such as debris shelters, it would probably be wiser to build your fire outside the shelter and build a fire reflector to reflect the heat into your shelter. Another option is to heat rocks and bring them inside with you. A small fire that you can build quite easily inside a shelter is the star fire. If all you need to do is heat a pot of water or warm up a partially enclosed shelter, the star fire's low flame makes it safer than other fire lays.

heating with fire

survival
survival survival survival