In survival situations knowing how to get to and from point A to point B or to mark your path to find your way back is a great idea. This can be done by marking Trails. Marking Trails can be as simple as breaking sticks, stacking rock formations, or even writing on rock cliff faces with stone. Marking Trails is something that has been done by both humans and animals since the dawning of time. This helps them to know their directions. Marking Trails is a lot like the road signs of the great outdoors. Successfully marking a trail can not only help you to remember your way to and from where you're going should something happen to you along the way people will, in essence, have a trail of breadcrumbs to follow that will help them find you. Whatever the outdoor activities you do you probably already experienced forms of marking trails. From forest road signs to random stumps and rock formations along the road, there are many different things the average person might pass up that have been placed to mark a trail. Often people who grow pot outdoors or stash things outdoors mark trails with random items. The same technique can be applied to you when you need to mark a trail to find later.