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Learn Bushcraft, Hone Outdoor Skills, Prepare for Hiking, Canoeing, Kayaking, and Wilderness Survival Adventures with The Wild Brothers and Trail Life USA!
Tune in every other week for Wild Wednesday as the Wild Brothers share outdoor tips, skills, and Trail Hacks!
How to Make Rope
Join the Wild Brothers at the Ark Encounter as a team of Trailmen demonstrate how to make a rope of three strands, and explain how rope making relates to waiting upon the Lord and being renewed in our strength (Isaiah 40:31).
How to Make Trail Bread
(Part 1II of the Cooking Competition series)
Finishing up the cooking competition, Kian shares his trail bread recipe and demonstrates how to execute it to perfection.
How to Make Pine Needle Tea
(Part 1I of the Cooking Competition series)
The cooking competition continues as Asher makes pine needle tea. Learn all of his tip to making a successful tea on the trail.
Cooking in a Pit
(Part 1 of the Cooking Competition series)
Learn how to build an earth oven, also known as a ground oven, to cook your next meal on the trail! Watch as Hudson demonstrates cooking in a pit to prepare a meal for a cooking competition against his brothers.
How to Start a Fire in the Rain
Despite the heavy down pour, Asher is able to start a fire. Watch to learn some great tips on starting a fire when everything is wet.
How to Make a Slingshot
Learn how to make a custom homemade slingshot by following along with Hudson as he shows what few materials it takes, starting with a Y-shape tree branch.
How to Set a Snare
Learn from Morgan how to locate the perfect place for your snare, how to build one, and how to bait it.
How to Make a Fish Hook
The The Wild Brothers are in the wilderness and without food. Learn how to create a fish hook from a soda can tab in order to catch fish.
Telling Time in the Wild
(Part 1II of the Navigation Series)
Morgan and Hudson build a stick sundial to determine what time it is and if they have enough time to trek out of the wilderness.
(Part 1I of the Navigation Series)
The Wild Brothers continue their adventure in the forest as Kian and Asher search for water.
Finding Direction Without a Compass
(Part 1 of the Navigation Series)
The Wild Brothers are stuck in the forest and need to find their way out. Join Morgan and Hudson as they demonstrate how to find True North without a compass.
Melting Snow for Drinking Water
Stay hydrated on your winter adventures by turning snow into drinking water. Join the Wild Brothers this week as they continue their adventures in Montana.
Join the Wild Brothers as they hike through the snow and show you tips for reading animal tracks.
Cold Weather Hiking
Don't sweat cold weather hiking! In this episode, Hudson shares Trail Hacks for regulating body temperature to stay warm and dry during even the coldest winter adventures.
How to Tie a Bowline Knot
Learn three different ways to tie a bowline knot as Kian reviews the purpose behind each tying technique.
Values of a Trailman
On and off the trail, the values of a Trailman speak louder than any Trail Hack or trail knowledge. Hear the Wild Brothers talk about the four values of a Trailman that helps him to Walk Worthy: Purity, Service, Stewardship, and Integrity.
Knife Safety and How to Sharpen a Knife
One of the Top 10 Essentials you need to keep in your pack is a knife. A knife is great for gear repair, food preparation, cutting rope, or even first aid. Learn from Hudson as he shows the different types of knives, how to safely use them, as well as how to properly sharpen them.
How to Pack a Backpack
How to Fit a Backpack
Canoeing Basics I
Cooking Fish Over a Campfire
(Part IV of the Island Survival Series)
Starting a Fire
(Part III of the Island Survival Series)
(Part II of the Island Survival Series)
(Part 1 of the Island Survival Series)
Top 10 Essentials
In the outdoors boys are engaged in real-world challenge, find opportunity to achieve significant accomplishment, and develop character and leadership in a hands-on manner.
Through adventure, comraderie, and meaningful service, men discover how to make a difference as they nurture spiritual growth, teach life lessons, and mold boys in their community to become bold, courageous, godly men.