Monty Alford is a retired federal hydrographer who spent 35 years measuring and studying northern lakes and rivers. He is an experienced instructor of winter survival techniques and safe travel in snow and ice and a mountain guide who has made several ascents of northern peaks in Yukon, Alaska, and beyond. Learn from a lifetime of experience, technique, and personal knowledge of surviving and travelling on ice and snow. Prepare for winter travel with proper clothing, food, and conditioning. And discover step-by-step instructions for building every conceivable winter survival instrument, from sleds to shelters to the author's personal invention, the the YuCan stove.
|Ideal for||Alpine climbing and mountaineering|