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By Beau On January 13, 2011 · 2 Comments It’s that time again, yet another quarter has gone by and Wilderness Innovation is finalizing plans for the Winter Rendezvous! As with all of our Rendezvous we encourage all that can make it to come and spend time out in the wild practicing survival skills and having lots of fun while doing it.
The Scenario for this years Winter Rendezvous is similar to the summer Rendezvous of last year. We will be meeting at the newly improved Wilderness Innovation shop  at 1200 hours sharp for some lunch, and finalize any last minute plans for the trip. The morning after we plan to cook up some quick breakfast, this can include simple breakfast items like oatmeal & hot chocolate or a granola bar. We plan to be finished in the early afternoon of the 5th, but when you get into the wilderness with Perry you never know what fun you can stir up! Gear for this trip will really be up to you and what you want to carry while you are snowshoeing,with winter in mind. You are welcome to come and go as you need to from the group, but it would be wise to travel with the group as much as possible. We would love those who plan to join us to RSVP by sending us an email to [email protected] or filling out the contact form.
We will be meeting at the shop in Springville at noon on Friday for lunch and we will head up from there.


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Besides desert climates, winter is the worst to endure, and the military has whole courses designed to teach its people how to survive. Here are a few tips and some items the Marine Corps considers essential to combating the cold. Considering you probably won't be "caught behind enemy lines," we can dispense with the war time survival tips and get right to survival. Prep a platform of dry interlocking green limbs to be set ablaze at a moment's notice, and bright pieces of clothing or material could be placed in visible places. Coming up on February 4th & 5th we will be meeting up to embark on our 2011 Winter Rendezvous adventure to make memories and build skills that will last a lifetime. We will continue with this months theme on winter sheltering and sleeping systems that will benefit you tremendously if you ever find yourself in a situation where you had to spend the night in the cold snow. A group of snowshoer’s get caught in a terrible storm, lose their bearings and are forced to build shelter to survive through the night where they can then make their way out in better weather.
We will then Head up to Payson canyon where we will park and snowshoe up the trail to Maple Bench. The only thing that we require you bring is a water container, and a stainless steel cup for cooking. We will have GPS coordinates in the details section of the Winter Rendezvous on the WI events calendar Make sure to grab those from the Calendar if you plan to travel separately. On Saturday we don’t really have a set time when we will be returning, but if you need to leave earlier than the rest of the group you are welcome to drive up separately and leave when you need to.


Conserve food:A Given that you told people where you were going, they'll be out looking for you within a day or so. Improve survival conditions:A This doesn't just mean upgrade your shelter with new additions.
There we will be building our winter shelters, and developing our skills together as a group. If you're on foot, build a shelter, or find one: Finding shelter is the paramount consideration when stuck in extreme weather. All astronauts have to learn to survive in harsh climates while waiting for rescue.Andreas Mogensen was assigned to a 10-day mission to the International Space Station to be launched in September 2015 on the Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft. We will then cook up our dinner, please fill free to bring what you wish for dinner but try to keep in mind the scenario of the rendezvous, and what you might actually have with you on a day snowshoeing adventure.
If you have any additional questions please fill free to email us and we would be happy to answer them. In all of our rendezvous we like to try and go with as little as possible and stretch our comfort zone, but please feel free to bring what you think you will need to make it through the night.



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