By Genevieve Rowles
Delivering assurance of the historical past, tradition, geography and weather, this e-book additionally seems at desert journeys in Montana, united states. components featured contain Flathead and Clearwater Mountains, and fly-fishing, Nordic snowboarding, rock-hounding and in a single day mountain climbing tours are all lined.
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N Many experts recommend carrying a spray made of cayenne pepper extract. It’s intended to be sprayed directly into the face of a charging bear. Do not use it as a bear repellent. Oddly, bruins are attracted to the stuff like kittys to catnip when it’s sprayed around a campsite or wherever. The sprays are available at sporting goods stores. n If you carry a weapon, use it only as a last resort and at close quarters. It takes a heap of firepower to stop a bear. A wounded grizzly is an enraged grizzly.
Never hit the trail without sufficient water to see you through. A gallon per day per person is a good rule. Don’t drink from a stream, no matter how sparkling clean it looks. Chances are it contains the microscopic critters that cause giardia, a nasty intestinal illness that lays you low and lingers long after you return home. Pack food and water for a couple of days longer than you expect to remain out. n Only experienced back country hikers with solid orienteering and survival skills should backpack into the Bob Marshall/Great Bear/Scapegoat Wilderness on their own.
Slowly back away from the lion. The idea is to move slowly at all times. Sudden movement or fleeing behavior often triggers instinctive predatory attacks. Never turn your back on a lion. Face it and remain upright. Try to project a large image. n If the lion behaves aggressively, seize a big stick, throw rocks, raise your voice. Don’t turn or crouch. You want him to think you are dangerous. If the lion attacks, remain standing and fight. n If you have a confrontation with a mountain lion, immediately report it by calling the nearest office of the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks.