Native tour, indian american tour, bushcraft

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The Chilcotin Mountain Range supplies a hospitable climate for any wide diversity of species and environments. Because of effective adaptability towards the quickly altering natural cycles and periodic influences of the atmosphere, nomadic tribes and creatures have coexisted and evolved together for centuries. Today, the majority of the forests, ponds and rivers have continued to be practically untouched by modern civilization, permitting existence to thrive because it has for centuries.

Native Canadian backwoods themed adventures happen to be distinctively produced, offering a multitude of activities and training, and will take you back in its history to see existence anyway because it was 10 000 years back for that native mountain people of Canada. We’ll educate you the way to outlive within the backwoods using the same survival methods utilized by the natives by using the receding snow fall into line the mountain tops, utilizing the same trails, harvesting exactly the same wild plants and herbs, camping in same meadows and viewing exactly the same wildlife species. We’re an authorized Guide Supplier that are operating in our 5,000 square km operating guide area. This territory continues to be operational since 1880, which makes it the earliest in Bc. It encompasses the South Chilcotin Mountain tops and also the surrounding ranges of southwestern Bc, the South Chilcotin Mountain tops Park and large Creek Park.

A really authentic experience!


Deer Hunting Indian Style Bushcraft Survival


audrey awesome foreva audie: Yah but what did they call the deer skin and head

Star Able: You forgot about after the sweat, they would row in the snow to make there pour's close quick locking out the toxic's and smell.

O R: It's like the advice Gord got in "Freddy got fingered"; "you gotta get inside the animals" hahaha. Aside from that, very cool video man. Love learning about native americans.

Grant Wickham: Good video! Nice bit of knowledge!

richard bailey: i liked your vid. you seemed very humble at the end. good job and nice vids :D

tyler hammond: Well done so subbing :)

LivingHistorySchool: I second that.

Mike k: I'd like to see you wife in some of these videos, what are the chances of that?

Kung-Fu Self – Defence Richard Morwick: Very good info thanks !!!

TheTribeOfBenjamin: I totally wanted to do this a couple of times now, but I want to live to hunt another day! Cool video

Atkrdu: All right, that sounds cool. I've heard you can bath with a sweatlodge, as well. Seems like it would be real useful in environments that don't have a lot of water (or cold ones).

dante bigguy: sweat lodge is used for spiritual not cleaning…damn, whites can be so dumb when it comes to our Native way of life…you don't mess with these kinds of things if you don't know how or understand it….we clean ourselves in lakes or rivers..back we have showers lol

LivingHistorySchool: you need a certain type of stone, so they don't blow up, modern materials people use old carpet and tarps, I will be making a video sometime this Winter on it

Atkrdu: Hey, I've got a question: How do you do a sweat lodge? I'm curious how to do it primitively, but I'm also wondering how to do it with modern materials. How do you know when to stop? Don't want to take it too far. I'd imagine it'd be pretty obvious before it became a problem, but I'm still wondering how far you go with it.

LivingHistorySchool: some times I'm stand in for to catch poachers, did you notice the holes in the hide? lol

Swear Gryllz: Scott, I am going to take a wild swing and say there has NEVER been any poachers in your area…LOL 

LivingHistorySchool: Have you seen the relatively new museum in Washington DC, it's called the National Museum of the American Indian, almost all Natives I know including my wife refer to themselves as Indians.


stringmanipulator: Very nice .. I love these videos 🙂 

LivingHistorySchool: part of the antler