It starts with a fleeting notion that something is wrong, but you ignore it.
You continue, thinking you’re on the right path. Slowly you realize that you haven’t seen any trail markers lately, and your map shows nothing in common with the landscape. What seemed like an easy hike has suddenly turned into a survival emergency.
You are lost in the wilderness.
What do you do next? Read our story from the March-April 2007 issue of Scouting magazine to learn more.