Bushcraft Skills – Camp Craft, Knife Skills, Pot Hangers (Overnight Camping)

Bushcraft Skills – Camp Craft, Knife Skills, Pot Hangers (Overnight Camping)

Beginner bushcraft skills and tips on using a bushcraft knife for camp craft, creating pot hangers for cooking on as well as making withies from hazel saplings. I head back out into the woods for an overnight bushcraft camp with bushcraft and survival instructor Paul Kirtley. Paul shows us how to use natural materials and a few bushcraft skills to help create a camp cooking crane with double tripods and a cross beam. He uses hazel withies and sweet chestnut bark as cordage and together we eat good food cooked in a cast iron pot over the fire. Thanks for joining us on the adventure!

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