Traditional Winter Travel and Camping

January 29, 2005

Dr. Gino Ferri of Survival in the Bush Inc. introduced us to some of the traditional means of winter travel and camping used by native people and those who worked in the bush for generations before the advent of modern fabrics and equipment. We hauled our gear on toboggans or “bush komatiks”, set up camp near Bells Lake and built a Quinzhee or winter snow shelter.

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