If you’re a guide, Outdoor Insurance Group handles all of your outdoor adventure insurance and outdoor recreation insurance needs. We also look to experts for all helpful information regarding outdoor health and safety and are happy to share what we find.
For general outdoor safety the U.S. Forest Service provides a list of things to carry on your hiking, and camping adventures. Why not keep this list handy and refer to it every time you venture outdoors…
Pack the “Essentials” and be prepared for minor injuries, sudden weather changes or delays.
- Clothing (always bring something warm, extra socks, and rain gear)
- First aid kit
- Food (bring extra)
- Foil (to use as a cup or signaling device)
- Insect repellent
- Nylon filament
- Pocket knife
- Pocket mirror (to use as a signaling device)
- Prescription glasses (an extra pair)
- Prescription medications for ongoing medical conditions
- Radio with batteries
- Space blanket or a piece of plastic (to use for warmth or shelter)
- Trash bag (makes an adequate poncho)
- Waterproof matches or matches in a waterproof tin
- Water purification tablets
- Whistle (to scare off animals or to use as a signaling device)
Outdoor Insurance Group offers outdoor recreation insurance and outdoor adventure insurance to adventure outfits including hunting, fishing, surfing, paddle boarding, horseback riding, hiking, kayaking and canoeing, camping and ATV tours and more. All agents have personal experience in these sporting areas to get you the most out of your insurance policy with the most cost effective plan.
Outfitters and guides looking to purchase, renew, or update an outdoor adventure insurance or outdoor recreation insurance plan are invited to call today for a free consultation (888) 683-7808.