There is a lot of entertainment that the modern world provides. However, despite the benefits of civilization, wilderness activities are a versatile way to enjoy summer days. Cinemas and restaurants cannot replace cozy picnics and the beauty of the forest. But for the untrained traveler, there is a chance of losing the way home.
It is better to prepare for possible difficulties in advance by grabbing a map of the area, a mobile phone and a compass. It is not bad to warn your loved ones about such trips, even if you are going with a company, so that they, if necessary, organize searches.
If you get lost, try not to leave the path along which you entered the forest, no matter how great the temptation to succumb to panic is. She will help you get out to people only if you do not turn off from her.
If it is impossible to remember from which side of the forest your path began, the right decision is to stay in place. Throwing will not give results, but they may well lead deeper into the thicket and deprive them of their last strength. Instead, wait for help.
You can climb a tree, if you are convinced of your physical abilities, and visually find buildings made by a human hand, in relative proximity to where you are.
Listen to the sounds and look around, maybe you can distinguish the familiar noise of cars or see tire tracks and other signs of people staying somewhere on the trail.
If you are determined to get out on your own, move around, looking for noticeable stones, branches or trees. If you don't do this, you run the risk of walking in circles. Remember that the moss grows on the north side of the trees, the nests stick to the right. Navigating by the sun in the forest is quite a difficult task.
If you manage to find a stream or river, go downstream, the water usually leads to human dwellings. However, in the forest, it is often difficult to walk in a straight trajectory due to bushes and marshlands, which can interfere with the implementation of the plan.