Other uses for trekking poles

Update: 2022/10/19
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Other uses for trekking poles 1. The combination of tre […]

Other uses for trekking poles
1. The combination of trekking poles and wind ropes can be used as poles for ultra-light tents or canopies.

2. When necessary, you can use trekking poles and wind ropes to make a simple stretcher to carry the injured traveler.

3. When necessary, a trekking pole can be used as a splint to fix the fractured limb.

4. In places where there are no trees, use two trekking poles and a windbreak to dry clothes.

5. If you encounter a snake on the trail, you can use a trekking pole to pick it up.

6. When encountering beasts such as bears in the wild, raise the trekking pole, and the "tall" body can scare the other side away.

7. When crossing the village, trekking poles can be used to deal with wild dogs and the like.

8. The trekking pole with the phone holder installed can be used as a selfie stick.

9. When necessary, you can use trekking poles to send signals to distant travelers.

Cross with two sticks means "everything is fine"
Two sticks crossed on top of the head in an X shape to represent "rest time"
Sticks upright or swinging from side to side on top of head means "needs help"
The two sticks stick out left and right and form a Y shape with the body to represent "Yes" (Yes) or "Receive"

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