Tracking is about training. There’s no chance to become a good Tracker if you do not vote yourself to training, to dirt time. With any given terrain, scenario, weather.
Get used to what you look for. Analyze what you see, look for any damage in the vegetation caused by human passage. Take note of everything you notice. Take note of every single details. Compare any track you come across with yours, as Rob Speiden recommends. Don’t desperate if you lose the tracks. Everyone does. Use your logic to determine the next one and search for confirmation.
“Never give up. The trail is there, somewhere”.
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