This Survival tent will help you and another person survive the elements in case of emergency in the outback! You never know how long it could take to locate or extract you when you're in the remote back-country that makes up so much of Canada.
When travelling in the Back-Country, we also recommend you also take at least a 3 day supply of properly sealed dried foodstuffs and a 3 day supply of water/a water filtration device, as well as a whistle, water-proofed matches/fire-starter, self defense measures for predatory animal encounters** (primary and back-up, just like the video-games guys!), first aid kit, 10-20 ft of paracord and an emergency blanket. (strobe-style lights and gps beacons are great, but please avoid any use of flares during the hot, dry Canadian summers! As proud British Columbians we take a tough stance against any unsafe practices regarding fire in our beautiful, burnable back yard!) Always tell 2 or more friends or family before you do any out-tripping(details like where and when you are going as well as when you expect to return)***, even if you plan to be within cell service! You never know what can happen.
**Only regulation compliant firearms should be carried, and only by individuals with the proper licencing. Please take the time to check out these resources for back-country safe practices and proper procedures for encountering a large predatory animal:
***Please remember to give these amazing folks a call when you get back safe and let them know not to call search and rescue! Respect your Safety Net! (*our mothers would throw us to the wolves if we didn't add this little footnote!)