What is bushcraft, exactly?
Improvised tools and implements
Fixed camp structures
Fireplace with light and heat reflector
Mobile camp equipment
Table made of branches
Tin can grater
Woven seat cushion
Egg beater or whisk
Split wooden drinking cup
Wood-fired gas oven
Gathering bushcraft materials
Natural binding materials
Branches and boards
Bark, greenery, leaves, pine branches, moss
Using your pocket knife
The nine safety rules
Opening and folding the tools
How to hold your knife when cutting
The fist grip
The rough cut
The fine cut
Using the wood saw
Fixing wood in place without technical tools
Boring and piercing with the reamer
Legal aspects, codes of conduct and the position of your camp
Do you need permission to set up your camp?
Are you allowed to camp overnight in the woods?
Leave no trace
Choosing the right place for your camp
About the author
Felix Immler is a trained mechanic, social worker, and nature educator. Having run workshops in bushcraft and historical handicraft techniques for more than ten years, he is currently working for Victorinox as a pocket knife educator. His YouTube channel features English language videos on bushcraft and has over 15,000 subscribers.
From gathering the bushcraft materials, to specific instructions on how to put them together, Immler's book could easily fill an entire season or more with projects for the whole family. * Swiss Army Knife *