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What about getting lost on an outdoor tour

What about getting lost on an outdoor tour

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  Whether it is mountain,plateau,forest,as long as it is not snow period,there is usually a clear tread track to follow,that is,the road will be obvious.Sometimes,however,you get sidetracked or lost.Especially in the dense grass or rocky areas,it is easy to see the footmark is not clear in the unknowingly lost or due to
  Whether it is mountain,plateau,forest,as long as it is not snow period,there is usually a clear tread track to follow,that is,the road will be obvious.Sometimes,however,you get sidetracked or lost.Especially in the dense grass or rocky areas,it is easy to get lost unconsciously because of the unclear footprint,or because the sun has gone down,or is covered by smoke,poor vision and other reasons.
  If you find yourself lost,don't get flustered and move around.It will make you lose your way.First,you must be quiet and rest for a while.
  Because it is true that you are on a regular journey before you get lost,the surest way is to go back to where you know you can.But to get back to where you were,you have to look around a lot to make sure that if you get lost again on the way,you're going to have terrible consequences.
  When returning to the sure location,there must be a regular mountain road nearby,so you can look in detail.However,it is easy for animals to get lost on the road and the path in the grass,so be careful.To avoid getting lost,and to be able to get back on the road as soon as possible in case of getting lost,we must make a habit of observing the surrounding terrain and natural objects as we walk.
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