How to Build a Super Shelter (and Whether or Not You Should)

2. A Frame Shelter for Long-Term Usage

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A well-constructed A frame design is likely to be durable enough for long-term usage. Additionally, this style helps with issues such as avoiding the accumulation of a large amount of snow and ice. As you’ll see in the video, you will need a lot of wood and the tools to cut and shape it as needed. It will also be important to use bark, dead grass and other natural insulating methods.

One of the best tips you’ll get from this video is how to make a movable entry cover that still allows enough air flow to keep you safe. Always remember that there must be a small opening in your shelters to prevent you from dying due to a lack of oxygen.

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