Solo Survival: How to Survive Alone in the Wilderness for 1 week --Eastern Woodlands

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Tom McElroy-Wild Survival

Tom McElroy-Wild Survival

7 yıl önce

In this video (part one and two) I go into the wilderness of North Eastern North America with only a knife and live off the land for a week. I document many of the crucial steps and tips and tricks that I do to survive in the forest. Skills shown are shelter, primitive fire, bark containers, water purification, fishing, weaving natural rope, bark shelters, trapping, edible plants, primitive cooking, fish traps....and tons more.
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After a few decades of being obsessed with collecting survival and primitive skills techniques, I am putting out these videos to demonstrate the skills and excursions found at my school, Wild Survival ( Videos are focused on primitive skills, rewilding, tracking and nature awareness, living off the land, off grid living, indigenous skills, shelter building, primitive fire, water purification, trapping, hunting, bow making, flint knapping, primitive pottery, basketry, edible and medicinal plant preparation and numerous indigenous skills.
I began studying wilderness survival when I was 17 in order to have the ability to spend extensive periods of time in nature, seeking out empowerment without the need for external sources. I began studying in 1993 under Tom Brown Jr eventually teaching for Tracker Inc. I sought-out every old Native American teacher I could and eventually traveled the world living in very remote indigenous villages in the Amazon, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and Peru. My school teaches survival and primitive skills, nature awareness, how to live off the land, re-wilding and how to prepare for disasters. I strongly believe that experiencing survival living changes the way people approach their entire lives.

@ryandupuis5860 5 yıl önce
Shelter, Water, and Fire: 0:20 - Shelter 1:57 - Bark bowl 3:45 - Grapevine water 5:20 - More shelter 7:53 - Bowdrill making 14:51 - Fire starting Edible plants: 20:03 - Ramp (Wild onion) 21:01 - Fiddlehead fern 21:39 - Burdock 22:16 - Garlic mustard 22:28 - Stinging nettle Fishing: 23:14 - Fishing line making 25:21 - Fishhook making 26:16 - Fishing 29:13 - Gutting the fish 31:37 - Ending
@dylanreed2951 5 yıl önce
@AccountInactive 5 yıl önce
The real mvp
@obiwanfisher537 5 yıl önce
Perfect. Best comment.
@lisabakker7288 4 yıl önce
Andromeda Gaming thx
@noahm4383 4 yıl önce
@geodeveloper2 3 yıl önce
Tom, can't help but comment on your equanimity throughout your piece. No wacky weirdness or sensationalism. Honestly, I stumbled upon your vid, and, as a comparatively, well-traveled outdoorsman, I am both humbled and inspired. Really, wonderful presentation. Thanks!
@Docprepper 4 yıl önce
100x better than the majority of survival shows on television. Not to mention your video editing skills are on point.
@gunlokman 3 yıl önce
Just wanted to say - a really absorbing and potentially highly useful video. It's not very often that one sees a video that's so entertaining whilst factual, void of dramatics and potentially life-saving. Nice one!
@elisawilliamson4486 3 yıl önce
This man got me thinking I could actually make it in the woods
@saltwaters2217 3 yıl önce
@brvkensouls4429 3 yıl önce
When you know you can last 2 minutes without seeing a huge spider and crying to get out-
@brandonthefateful5095 3 yıl önce
@@brvkensouls4429 it’s a bonus if. You find a spider get a free snack wink wink
@foty8679 3 yıl önce
@@brandonthefateful5095 Actually? I really, really hate Insects especially spiders but I only have a problem if they are inside my room, while camping i never at any problems with insects around, but I would not eat them though (i mean better than starving...)
@antonposa5345 7 yıl önce
Really enjoying these videos, mate. No ego to your approach, just pragmatically stepping through each phase of what you're doing. It's really easy to follow, and I can't wait to get outdoors and try some of this. Subscribed and looking forward to more vids!
@robertopaulpickett4030 2 yıl önce
The eastern woodlands have so many resources for survival. It's easy to see why most natives lived there and not in the desert mountain west where I live. Tom's video on "How to survive alone in the desert" highlights the difficulty of surviving in the desert west. I really enjoy these videos, he's calm and very good about explaining each step.
@getthemusicout3212 3 yıl önce
This is great Tom. You;ve packed in so much valuable information, and done it in a way that makes this knowledge accessible. UK flora and fauna are ilkely a bit different, but the skills you are sharing seem like they would come in handy in any similar climate/terrain. You definately make this look easier than it ilkely is, but you also show us the pitfalls and how to navigate them.
@redrex3408 3 yıl önce
I was massively impressed with that fishing, Incredible. I've never seen such a cool and new way of how the old and primitive, basic way of fishing in play. Well done, this was very informative and cool!
@yourbuddybetty1695 5 yıl önce
Love these vids sooo much! Idk why I enjoy watching survival guides so much but they help me feel prepared just in case something happens. Guess these are my guilty pleasures 😂.
@DaniellaMakingLearningArt 3 yıl önce
Hi, Tom. You've done such an excellent job on making these videos. I know you've helped so many learn valuable skills.
@JAY_SS88 6 yıl önce
This guy makes all of the "survival shows" look like amateur hour. He literally did all of this with a pocket knife. Good stuff to know.
@tinycarnahan1707 5 yıl önce
This is what i been saying all the time bam that how it done
@pdoutdoors7272 4 yıl önce
And barefoot!
@GOTHICforLIFE1 4 yıl önce
It's very true, although he picks very resourceful areas with alligning weather. Imagine that fire and shelter if it was raining. The leaves would make it wet inside the shelter, and the fire would be hard to make. Not discrediting the survival possibilities here, just saying that it would be a very different story
@sunleo6161 4 yıl önce
GOTHICforLIFE1 He would adapt if he knew it would rain.
@anishjoshi4992 4 yıl önce
@@GOTHICforLIFE1 but wouldn't he be sure to know the area first and also act accordingly, so he would survive pretty well
@mgalanteonline 3 yıl önce
Hi Tom, I Can't believe I haven't seen your videos until now. Awesome stuff, I just wish I was living back east to take advantage of some of the new possibilities I learned in this video. It would be nice to see a series on the PNW. Keep up the good work.
@AmazingStoryDewd 3 yıl önce
As a former boy scout this is very familiar to me. Except for the fact that I never did a whole week by myself only 4 days. I did however go 10 days in the woods with a group of 8. I believe bushcraft skills is an an art that should not have died out. It's scary how many people don't even know how to do anything without electricity.
@stephenfaulkner1448 3 yıl önce
Dude... I learned more in this episode than all the other channels ive seen together.. Getting fire explained so well I think Cody Lundene would be impressed..From materials, putting it all together to completion..
@ChickensAndGardening 5 yıl önce
Thanks for the wonderful, professional video, great photography, and tons of wisdom compacted into less than an hour! I especially appreciate the fish hooks -- have been wondering how primitive hooks were made from bone. Of course, they're not curved hooks but still seem to be quite deadly, if you can cover them with grubs.
@vaginettamcsnapper 2 yıl önce
I've lived in population-dense urban and suburban areas for most of my life, but unlike the kids I grew up with, I had exposure to rural life too. I got to spend all of my childhood summers with my dad up in the Adirondack Mountains. I got to do a lot of camping - not hardcore survival camping like this - but I learned the basics about foraging and fishing and starting fires. Back then, I probably would have been able to survive if I got lost in the wilderness .... at least if it happened during the warmer months. (If I got lost in the winter, or if a bear took a chunk out of my thigh. I would have been screwed.) The locals knew all about the plants and wildlife around them and they were very generous with their knowledge. Those mountain folks were some of the hardiest, most resourcful people I ever came across. I didn't have the stomach to accompany them on any hunts, but they had me catching and cleaning bass and perch like a pro. I haven't done any mountain living in decades. It would definitely take a little time to readjust to pulling out fish guts, but I would really like to get reacquainted with nature. There's a small patch of woods and a stream within walking distance of my house. If the zombie apocalypse wiped out the food supply, I might be able to find enough fiddleheads and frogs (as a last resort) to get by. I really don't think I could bring myself to kill Bambi or Thumper though.
@SuperMacDaddy66 7 yıl önce
I really like this video and can't wait to watch part 2. So far, this has been a great video. You not only show what you are doing, but you explain everything in sufficient detail that even the inexperienced should be able to understand and use with little problem.
@paramedicofsouls 5 yıl önce
You're a life saver dude. I wonder, seriously... how many peoples lives you might have saved. I'm only 1 minute past your first sip of the grapevine water...- amazing and simple..., you don't mess around. Very impressed.
@meursault7030 3 yıl önce
Man, this is great. I've learned how to make a bow drill before, but not to angle the string so it doesn't rub on itself. Little tips like that make all the difference and they're dotted throughout this video like nuggets of goooold
@elizabethbennet4791 3 yıl önce
i knooooow, such a great comment. This is precisely why I have been watching survival/cooking videos for years now, ever since i was living in nyc and desperate to escape. I'm slowly adding up a lot of really good info i never had any idea of before, shit i didnt even know you could eat bone marrow or cook down bones to get more nutrients, eat fish heads etc when I started!!! All the info matters.. Dont forget in all this to focus as much as you can on local area survival too- you can reduce the amount of information you need to memorize and get great tips. Now I know how to clean poison puffer fish, use saw palms for tinder, load a rifle, can foods, forage for dandelions, make sea grape preserves, find oysters, avoid dangerous mushrooms and build cob housing!!! This stuff is really quite confidence-building and every new fact adds up to a greater knowledge of the natural world!!
@will-jc5vo 3 yıl önce
You're definitely somone I would enjoy camping with! You're very easy to follow you follow through with your conversations and make a valid point at the end. Hopefully I meet somone like you in the future and we can camp and teach one another survival tricks I'm reading bushcraft 101 right now I love this book.
@dragon-wolf9916 5 yıl önce
Finally, somebody practicing bush-craft without a bunch of gadgets. Thank you!
@victoriarose3478 3 yıl önce
I really enjoyed your video Tom, very informative, and easy to understand. Looking forward to part 2 !!! : }
@hiddenwoodsben 5 yıl önce
Hi Tom, i'd like to say, this is probably the best on actual survival i have seen thus far and also probably the only vid in quite a few years i actually learned something useful from.
@olagalaaen5932 5 yıl önce
The fact that you caught a decent amount of fish with naturally collected stuff is very impressive!
@maxb5640 5 yıl önce
I would never think one can catch a fish with that kind of hook. Amazing fishing skills. Amazing survival skills
@sleahcim4723 4 yıl önce
Thanks Tom.., Very informative information. I had always wondered about primitive fish hooks but not enough to study the subject and their you are taking the mystery out of it.
@sewme7861 4 yıl önce
This video is a billion times better than all the others. you could actually watch this twice and do it,...and live nicely while doing it. and all under 35 minutes. Tom is in a class all his own lets be honest.
@neilstleon6251 3 yıl önce
Really knowledgeable and enjoyable to watch. Nice to see you still have some Forest remaining in the USA. Here in Australia we are rapidly losing our woodlands thanks to our extreme right government and their obsession with bulldozer and chain logging.
@nemo9xiphos 5 yıl önce
dude I have spent literally decades learning primitive living skills your video is simple and well explained. Had to subscribe.
@Eltercero 5 yıl önce
Damn. That was incredible. Between fire making, fishing, and cord making, you really showed some amazing skills. Well done.
@jwilton2909 3 yıl önce
Everything else in your video was excellent and very practical and informative for us novices. Thank you. Very well done.
@FarFromZero 3 yıl önce
The way you present it makes it all look so easy. Fire out of nothing just using a knife. Your experience and talent are well hidden in the process. In other word, if someone would have to repeat it in the wilderness, he would just fail... ;) Well, after a lot of training this could be different. Perfect video, thank you a lot.
@carlbernsen1290 5 yıl önce
This is some impressive bushcraft. But notice it took him 5 hours to make a shelter that he could trust to keep him warm and dry, and that's with all his experience and everything he needs close by. Imagine trying to walk out of a remote area and make a new shelter each night!
@FlukeTog 3 yıl önce
5/6/20 here. Happy to see younger folks still out alone in the woods for at least a week or more. Good for the spirit. Well done. I’ve spent my share alone out there boy do I miss it sometimes. I’ll teach my son in case there’s any woods left in 2040. Enjoyed this. Stay healthy.
@adamlindemer 7 yıl önce
This video is so awesome! It reminded me how much I love nature, and now I desperately want to take a trip to the Appalachians!
@DJGrasshopa 7 yıl önce
Not only am I lucky enough to live in the Colorado Rockies i'm replying from Pike National Forest. I highly advocate getting out as soon and often as you can! I LOVE it out here!
@tomnoonan5214 7 yıl önce
you gotta be careful in the appalachian. they have alot of people up there doing stuff if you know what i mean,,,,that could not end good
@s.c.o.r.p.i.o.n.i.c 5 yıl önce
I literally want to get out and try to survive for one week out in the wilderness now, but Im sure ill fail from the first day. 😂👏🏻
@cocayoo 5 yıl önce
Me too! XD
@motherofdragonzz1233 5 yıl önce
@dragonrasp 5 yıl önce
Failure is how you learn. After you fail, you will know why and then next time you correct that. When it comes to the outdoors the unexpected is always what messes up your plans. After enough trips nothing is unexpected.
@truman5838 5 yıl önce
Scorpionic hope you are in perfect health and have perfect dental hygiene. If not you will always be dependant on "society" and "commerce".
@Newbroken 5 yıl önce
Survival are 10% skills, 5% creativity and 85% knowledge.
@nickdunbar2967 3 yıl önce
Cheers Tom. I loved it. Informative and v interesting. I did a summer survival course a couple of years ago in Alberta so for me this is great. I envy you. Nick
@puppetsoftherealm4742 5 yıl önce
This guy is a genius, he makes it look easy.
@janman1110333 3 yıl önce
You had a little work to do, to convince me ngl. But your skills are impressive and the way you point out little tips and common mistakes shows how experienced you really are. Not that there were any doubts left after the fire you started, seemingly effortless. Also, I appreciate your respect for nature. I learned a lot!
@nobodyimportant6141 7 yıl önce
I always wondered how to make a water container without bamboo. Now i know. Amazing how much water you can get from a grape vine. I was under the mis-conception that fish hooks had to have barbs. Great onfo! I sent this link to my brother-in-law who is putting together his bugout bag. Really enjoyed this video.
@steveoutdoorsuk3602 5 yıl önce
WOW! I'm so glad that I've found your channel. Just subbed and looking forward to watching more of your highly educational, informative videos. Thanks for sharing. ATB. Steve.
@obiwanfisher537 5 yıl önce
This is really a very good video. Unlike most others, this is just calm, to the point, with lots of small details explained that "pros" dont even think about anymore.
@lowenherz9718 3 yıl önce
Keep making videos. You're very good at what you're doing!
@conradyo9274 5 yıl önce
You're a genius and you have a talent for survival. So cool how you survive off the environment
@fletchdad8755 3 yıl önce
Great video! Gives informative narration without rambling on about nonsense.
@franklin9978 5 yıl önce
I wonder how many lives this guy might save from sharing this.
@rp101aquatics6 4 yıl önce
its super helpful actually
@marypacholczyk4013 4 yıl önce
Frankie u
@jayp.2313 5 yıl önce
You are the best at explanation so far . Could you show the leaves of plants and trees more so that most of us that don't get out much Get a good look . Thanks Jay
@onedogbowen 5 yıl önce
You really know your stuff. It’s a pleasure watching you work. Thanks
@kimberlyjohnson7539 3 yıl önce
👍🕊..interesting and innovative what he does in this survival video. Love how he is going barefoot 👣
@kimberlyjohnson7539 3 yıl önce
@TranquilBoss 5 yıl önce
Great video! Keep up those survival series
@jameswester333 4 yıl önce
You really know your stuff and you do a great job of explaining things. The only problem is your audio levels are a uneven. Thanks
@peterrodriguez608 5 yıl önce
i learned more from you in 10 minutes than watching all those survivor and grills show super impressed
@jeffseaton5193 5 yıl önce
Great video series. Learned something new in everyone. Thanks for sharing!
@The_Red_Pill__ 5 yıl önce
Important: the last thing you should have mentioned which is critical is to make sure the scraps from the fish are disposed of away from your dwelling, so that you don’t attract bears or other animals who may be a problem.
@shilohhh5250 4 yıl önce
Hey! Absolutely amazing video! Only question. Have you ever worried about ticks and disease from the forest and leaves?
@Josephthinleg 5 yıl önce
Really awesome video! Especially the fire bow. I don't think it's that easy haha! But you make it look like it... and in real time too! Amazing my friend! Love it! The only thing I can't agree on is the shelter with a huge pile of dead leaves on it... I mean, no way you can have a fire near there ha! Right? Be like a giant tinder bundle. Slash bugs and spiders. Again right? Idk, I'll just shut up, as this video is awesome and has some great tips for survival!
@Signmonkey 3 yıl önce
Best real life survival video I have ever seen. What a wealth of knowledge.
@zacharyjohnigan452 3 yıl önce
This is really good content. Thank you. Also, will keeping fish guts around attract bears?
@sheila174 5 yıl önce
Hands down; your experience at this "stuff" is awesome. That makes your video a tremendous one. Shoot, even the comments are entertaining to read! Seldom do comments provide entertainment. You're just an all around wonderful dude!!! Thanks for not wasting people's time.
@GeckoHiker 5 yıl önce
What an awesome fish haul, even if it was just a little bit frustrating. It would be worse if you didn't get any fish after all that effort. My only question is about cooking anything so close to the shelter in the spring in the Eastern Woodlands. Hungry black bears and scavengers are attracted to that. On the Appalachian Trail, we didn't even keep chapstick with us in our shelters to prevent uninvited visitors. We didn't get any bears in camp that we know of, but we did have lots of sightings and some accidentally close encounters.
@zippythechicken 3 yıl önce
really excellent video .. you showed a lot of really great skills.. I am sure part 2 will be just as good... you got that fire really really quick
@vinnyha5793 5 yıl önce
This guy is amazing ... i love camping, wild living, these videos helps alots, thank yoj so much for your time to make a great movies buddy
@JENNWILD 3 yıl önce
GREAT TIPS! Thanks so much!! I love camping with the swag and learning new tips for the next adventure is always handy! All I can think about is the spiders in that environment!!! 🕷
@rockethereptile8381 7 yıl önce
Great video if I'm ever trapped in the wilderness I will use these tricks
@holyhellbird 3 yıl önce
Man you got it together. I'm missing the days I used to some what do this stuff. Thanks for the vital info.. Great video.
@tinytree100 4 yıl önce
Superb survival concepts, I learned a lot. your fishing technique is cool.
@swaggy3987 3 yıl önce
incredible stuff, thanks! question: what about self defense against bears and mountain lions etc?
@sietzevandeburgt8998 5 yıl önce
It’s great to see how much knowledge about these things you have, I always think do not underestimate a fellow human being well actually you just proved that, everyone can teach you something... One remark if you overcook the fish beside pushing a stick through you could maybe put a grid of sticks around so it does not fall into the fire ? or cook it on a hot stone ? Making homemade bread on a stick made me realize how easy things fall into the fire from a stick...
@carmelitagood3392 3 yıl önce
I really enjoyed your video and learned something. Thank you so much for that. One question: Is there a danger of snakes crawling into your sleeping hut?
@renangelo419 5 yıl önce
Okay but Grayson is totally right. I find this more calming than my normal ASMR videos tbh
@gilbertproductions4754 3 yıl önce
Greatest friggen survival tutorial I've seen. Nobody every talks about water collection realistically. Gained a sub.
@carmenalmonte9569 3 yıl önce
@thedurhamwoodsman 3 yıl önce
Awesome video . Some great information to take from this .you really are knowledgeable , thanks for sharing ATB Jimmy
@bo49685 4 yıl önce
I just found your channel and subscribed to it. I’m just an amateur trying you learn. You are really AMAZING!!!!
@AnthonyMonaghan 4 yıl önce
My new favourite TRshow channel. Thanks. Inspiring stuff. Very cool guy. I would love to learn how to live like this. I'm done with society. It holds nothing for me anymore.
@dr.s.p. 3 yıl önce
Excellent! It brought memories of Borneo where I was trained by the Iban in 1969. So important is angle of bow when fire lighting as it it so DOES break! Nice survival video.
@s3bawild 3 yıl önce
Amazing, I appreciate your videos much more than others since you are very clear, to the point and broad with your expanation. Broad and to the point might seem like opposites but to me, you explain JUST what you need to know, and not too much bla bla around except from some some very sweet beavers ^^ Thanks for sharing with us and who knows, one day I'd fly over to the states and join your courses, you'd be the first one I would want to join
@joaomarreiros4906 3 yıl önce
1:23, if you are in a dry climate, or during warm months with little rain, you can use a strong tree to build a shelter, you just make a similar "tripod" structure leaning over the tree, cover the low part of the "tent" where it contacts the ground with dirt or mud, and the rest with leafs or ferns.
@zubinfalla7504 3 yıl önce
That bark line grub hook was an absolutely incredible way to fish. Wow!
@theawkwardalchemist4111 3 yıl önce
I honestly enjoyed this video man, keep up the good work
@dougmoore7116 4 yıl önce
Except for the climbing in the tree for a stick this is the first survival channel I’ve watched that is realistic. Hope part two is good also. Thumbs up
@jemussi7842 2 yıl önce
The only guy I've seen actually catch fish with improvised hook and line.
@dwaynewladyka577 4 yıl önce
I am binge watching your videos, because they are so cool and very informative.
@reverie8836 3 yıl önce
The wild grape vine thing is great. I tried it and it dripped water pretty fast. Really cool!
@MastrOfPupprs 3 yıl önce
Eastern forests have to be one of the easiest places to survive. I live in TN. Absolutely no shortage of water, food, or wood. I'm trying to get my wife into bushcrafting
@wildsurvivalskills 3 yıl önce
@Nonotkidding 4 yıl önce
You make survival fun, like when I was growing up. And survival in adulthood is more advantageous by having responsible fun.
@matexhdchannel4193 3 yıl önce
Serious question, once picked up, how long can those plants last?
@gabrielmorales9908 3 yıl önce
I find it cool how i instantly recognize what plants/trees he’s interacting with sinply cause i live in the east but i never knew the names of all these plants and trees
@Aceinthehole1179 5 yıl önce
Awesome video buddy! First time watching your channel. Love how You teach & how you show your constantly busy, not doing a bunch of unnecessary talking, going on and on about your gear, or sponsor, just pure BUSH Craft 2 👍👍up
@Deanriley 4 yıl önce
Fabulous skills. Really enjoyed this. Can’t imagine why any fool would vote it down.
@WildManFrizzell 3 yıl önce
Whole video is top class, sir! Really enjoyed this.
@bras9646 3 yıl önce
Well done. Very resourceful and practical. Why did you choose to go barefoot? Thank you for preparing this training ;-) 🙏
@wildsurvivalskills 3 yıl önce
Thank you
@mlsauron 3 yıl önce
I do really appreciate this‼ Thank you I wonder how to keep the blade sharp? Is there any natural sharpening using rocks or maybe that's all not necessary? What live creatures we should avoid eating? The beaver, ducks...? Having a bigger non foldable knife is a life saver or doesn't matter? Are there any actions to take to prevent from bacterias and germs? Like pine resin or something? Or maybe that's all crap living outside the city?
@TheAUTcheker 7 yıl önce
according to recent scientific studies, fish dont feel "pain", just reflexes, but nothing comparable to what we would call pain, anyway nice video ! really interesting stuff
@firstlast-cs6eg 3 yıl önce
I wanted to see you climbing into that shelter, since it seems like such a narrow space that I can't imagine someone being able to squirm into it without knocking it down around them.
@davidgagne41 5 yıl önce
Great video☺👍very helpful and fun to watch
@whitedaydevi6917 3 yıl önce
i know its boring for us to watch but its really niccee to see that even someone as skilled as you can have failures during fishing ;D mistakes will happen but giving up is not an option
@maranscandy9350 4 yıl önce
Leaves of the Basswood tree are completely edible and have no plant toxins. Ground Basswood berry seeds are supposed to be a chocolate substitute. The green layer under the bark is edible, and the tree can be tapped like a maple though its not as sweet. Would be amazing to find some ripe pawpaw fruit in those woods.
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