Building complete and warm survival shelter | Bushcraft earth hut, grass roof & fireplace with clay 

Cyprien Outdoor Adventures
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I built my little mud house to hide in nature,I used dead wood for the structure,clay and stones for the fireplace and grass for the roof. Here there are a lot of wild boars,I settled on their territory!
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Thank you all for your comments! You are amazing! I will answer everyone. Take care of yourself and see you soon 😍💪🔥
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@kohkwat9802 Yıl önce
@PrepperGear Yıl önce
Awesome! how long did this take you? Was all in the same day? So cool
New Friend From the Philippines thank you for sharing this ☺️
In Poland, a forest cat has a house, only there he lives in a forest plot, here I would think it would be ideal for him and sometimes a scientist would visit me. the forester encourages such thinnings. Ideally, there is no harm and nature, and no harm, I don't use plastic here. I was fascinated. I used to walk away from my grandmother as a child and thought I needed to make such a place, but the militia came to scold me that I was making a partisan bunker.
@DIY-Garage Yıl önce
*I have never seen a channel blow up any faster than yours! Congratulations!👍👍👍*
Yes that is really amazing! Thanks! 😍💪☄️
U got skillz man.
@@CyprienAdventures Tous les jours je regarde et tu prends 10 millions de vues / bravo bravo ta vidéo est top !
@gdmatei Yıl önce
Beluga's channel grows faster :)
@diyaction4906 Yıl önce
Absolutely amazing faster
@ephxmerrxl4399 5 aylar önce
i love watching videos like these, i couldn’t imagine how long it took you to make something so beautiful yet small! definitely gonna binge more of your content 🖤
@huseyinserinoglu4455 18 gün önce
Ben bu video yu yakın da yaqc am
@user-jo4kg2fh3b Gün önce
it is con
@sampetersen7669 4 aylar önce
This man is amazing. No excavators, no extra people, just him and the sounds of making a shelter
@david_ddm929 2 aylar önce
kinda debunked,all of theese vids use excavators
@Strelkuh Aylar önce
@@david_ddm929no, it’s not. Certain lone channels have been debunked, generalizing that to all others is incredibly naive. This guy’s style of work is clearly very different from the ones that have actually been debunked too. No large scale “swimming pools” and multi level “houses”, just his hands making a small shelter.
@walterstudios4900 Aylar önce
he still gets the wood stones and clay from the store. @@Strelkuh
@Strelkuh Aylar önce
@@walterstudios4900 proof?
@harrisonyoochoob 5 gün önce
these are some of the best videos on youtube full stop. and i’m sure im not the only one who watches them again and again. no marketing, no drawn out speaking, no begging for likes, just a man in the woods having fun, great video mate❤️
@highcat2046 10 aylar önce
Sitting here, watching this on my phone in my own little shelter, soup fresh off the fire, thinking "heyyy, I built one of these" is honestly a next level feeling of comfort.
@wuxian1 9 aylar önce
awww cool
@caidencash5555 8 aylar önce
My dad and I built a debris hut so I can get an idea of what to do, it’s small and cozy
@kevindgoati 7 aylar önce
@ionliang-ff4nw 2 aylar önce
So nice !
@jayyallan 25 gün önce
Imagine your a kid walkin that creek and you stumble upon this masterpiece.
@chesterkrsk Yıl önce
*Quite an interesting and informative video about how you can apply your survival skills at one with nature, well done!* *Best regards, Alexander CHEST'ER*
@s3uhh Yıl önce
@vv_alekseev Yıl önce
Вы Александр ничего не понимаете в том как жить в диком лесу, как и автор этого видео.
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@Bowhunterohio 11 aylar önce
This is the best bushcraft shelter I’ve found. Unlike a lot of others that I’ve watched this shelter looks like it would definitely keep you safe from the elements. And it looks cozy. I’ve been thinking of practicing building a shelter down by a creek line I have running through the woods on my property. This will be the one. I’m an avid bowhunter so I’m always out in the woods hunting and I always want to be prepared for a bad case scenario. When it comes to survival there are 2 things that I lack. Shelter and trapping. At least building traps form the natural habitat. These are things I feel every hunter should know. Especially since we hike several miles in to do some hunting. This video is awesome. The shelter looks so comfortable. It would probably take me a couple days to build it but it would be worth it in the long run.
@edpablo2635 3 aylar önce
Wouldn’t this be at risk of flooding during heavy rains? Idk, I just saw it and started thinking about it
@mentalmelt Aylar önce
@@edpablo2635 I agree. It's a cute build, but it sure looks like it could become real wet real fast. Digging yourself into a slope of dirt is not a good way of keeping yourself dry and healthy.
@bernard3303 24 gün önce
​@@edpablo2635what if we build it on top of a hill ? Its better than nothing right
@MrSurvival7 10 aylar önce
As someone who works with Southern California clay soils, l'm envious of the soil composition this man gets to work with. It actually makes digging a hole look fun!
@NATIELLYPEREIRA2 7 aylar önce
@Panroles 6 aylar önce
As someone from new hampshire I'm jealous of having soil that isn't mostly rocks.
@rohithkodari2357 6 aylar önce
As a Pennsylvanian, having soil at all that's not fifty percent clay and the other fifty percent boulders... this guy is SO lucky
@goldenwattle7863 6 aylar önce
@@Panrolesas someone from the moon I was envy you having any dirt at all, and being able to breathe. Please send help.😱😱🤑😱😱💀
@VietBushcraft 7 gün önce
Watching the video reminds me of my childhood, specializing in making shelters and playing hide and seek. Truly a very good video for us to rediscover our childhood
@viviankally9036 20 gün önce
Obrigada esse foi o único video que funcionou para minha filha dormir ❤
@Allyourbase1990 4 aylar önce
If I had the time to take off work and go build a place like this , only bigger , I would totally move out of the city and do this . I’ve always liked small cabins , and little earth dens like this so much better , idk it’s just so simple and cool . Also very relaxing
@TalkTalk-ej1ys Aylar önce
It only takes 15 minutes to build with an extra 5 minutes to cook and eat 🤷
@dragroch5536 23 gün önce
If only we could get our own electricity generating method and the shelter was near clean enough water for showers.
@Aiden_Person2217 22 gün önce
​@@TalkTalk-ej1ysbro what
@ascii1 Yıl önce
I use to dig holes and tunnels as a kid, this guy is basically living my childhood dream of having an underground shelter.
@leafitybugo9522 Yıl önce
this is me on my first day of minecraft, digging a dirt hole
I made this stuff as a kid.. good skill to be able to make shelter from some materials.
@marco-me1uh Yıl önce
if u dream is living underground u can wait next step of life
@REM1956 Yıl önce
I dug tunnels and holes as a kid, as well. It was exciting watching this video.
Same here
@PanDubak 4 aylar önce
Forests are the lungs of our earth and we must protect them ❤
@mikaylab8960 2 aylar önce
How long did it take to construct this shelter? This is incredible thinking I want to try to do this with my son ☺️
@PinupSticknerd 20 gün önce
Don't try".. do"😅😊🎉 Enjoy
@gloriasantana8144 5 aylar önce
Parabéns muito legal! Que inteligência! ❤
@crimsongaming187 6 aylar önce
3:09 Is so relaxing. Just the gentle rainfall pattering on the tarp roof while you sit underneath, enjoying a warm beverage😊☕and then taking a nice nap. Excellently made video, keep up the awesome work!
@stevendunn5866 Aylar önce
Hats off to you mate 👏 seeing you construct this amazing hut out of all natural & free materials is absolutely fantastic. It's really is an inspiration to see how easy it is giving the knowledge and know how. 🙌 Brilliantly done. Thanks ❤
@TAOutdoors Yıl önce
Wow great shelter man! Congrats 🏕
Thanks! 😍💪🔥
@user-nf1bz3sn4z Yıl önce
@@CyprienAdventures alright, now built a shelter mansion
Wow l like it
@MM-jf1me 9 aylar önce
I greatly enjoy your videos. The visuals and sounds are very appealing and your techniques are very interesting. Great editing, too! About how long did it take you to create this shelter? This landscape reminds me of the southeastern USA; is that where you built this? Do you ever go back to former shelters you've built? I think it would be neat to see how quickly and completely nature reclaims its own.
@Lalunabreeze 2 aylar önce
By watching these vids I believe I could make a shelter for myself if I had to. Maybe not fancy and pretty but I’ve learned lots about building, rocks, fire, wood, mud and looking at stuff in a different way. Thinking about something differently and how it could keep me warm, safe and dry. Thank you
@rahulparmar8325 Aylar önce
Very nice
@karenmoreno6691 3 aylar önce
Awesome! Love your shelters, so much detail and love that Sila is always with you.
@michelhuff9832 2 aylar önce
Beautiful little hut ! How did you manage to make your roof watertight and prevent the wood from rotting?
@raystaar Yıl önce
Dude, you're amazing. That you have all those survival skills is one thing. That you are so deft at executing them AND at filming, editing and creating a comprehensive teaching video is a whole other thing entirely. On top of building your shelter, you landscaped and insulated it, created a kitchen, then went inside and cooked a gourmet meal. Kudos, my friend.
@nataliagavriliv Yıl önce
Хочеш жить умей вертеться
Lol u think he is doing all this by himself? This is new business like the movies, Their are many channel like this who does the same thing he has a whole team these are not camera shots & editing by some random guy they are done by professionals everything u see here is just like in movies besides people think its real which is not
@WhiteUnicorn82 Yıl önce
Please don't think I'm being antagonistic - I'm not, I'm highlighting the fact that we all can do this and we all have the skills needed to "survive" with the methods shown. That's really quite important. It is fantastic that the dude making the video is imparting his skills and showing that we can utilise our own skills, however basic, in such a manner that we too can construct something similar to the incredible little "house" in this video. Also, I'm not at all meaning to detract from the skills, experience and knowledge of this dude - he's done many of us a favour by showing what we can do with a little forethought and some hard work, (it is somewhat time-consuming, for sure). Please also understand that I'm not saying that you're wrong at all - I'm just wanting to share the fact that we all have the ability to make something like this - it is requiring skill, but we all have the required skills. I just want to remind others that they too can do this if they find their self in a relevant survival situation. Sorry for yapping on! Be safe and well, sir
@WhiteUnicorn82 Yıl önce
I still read that comment as though I'm correcting you, but, sincerely, I'm not.
This video gets dads doing cool stuff with their kids. Well done!
@1cleblanc Aylar önce
That is an amazing build. It just goes to show a little ingenuity can bring loads of comfort! Thank you.
@tejota6927 3 gün önce
I watch these so much. Great videos. I would love to learn how to build my own
@RelaxingCookie 3 aylar önce
I could imagine how much effort you put in these videos❤🎉
@kuroka_camping 22 gün önce
Hello, I am a camper from Japan. Your videos are very informative. Thank you for the wonderful content!
I mean sure, he's not hardcore surviving in the wild, but this guy is in the outdoors getting his hands dirty, problem solving and living a good life from what I can see. More power to him.
@connectlogic Yıl önce
If it comes to having to live in the wild. He's proved he would be capable. Unlike most.
@__Ocean__ Yıl önce
@@erbxvdfb Lucky guy lol
@mattheww797 Yıl önce
Why u encouaging this he’s living literally in the mud. He needs a real house to live in
@@mattheww797 bruh, what tf are u even talking Abt
@RuinedTemple Yıl önce
@@mattheww797 Because it’s fun. It’s fun to play around in the outdoors. It’s fun to make things. It’s fun to camp out. It’s fun to muck about in the mud & clay sometimes. It’s fun to play house. It’s fun to explore your independence & self-sufficiency. It’s fun to challenge yourself. It’s fun to see if you could “make it out there” if you had to. It’s fun to use & enjoy the abilities your body has before it becomes enfeebled by age. And digging in the dirt/mud has been scientifically shown to help lessen the symptoms of depression because there are microbes in the soil that trigger your brain to increase its serotonin levels, which can have a natural antidepressant effect on humans. It can also help to strengthen your immune system & protect you from being as likely to develop PTSD if you experience a traumatic event. They’re the same microbes that make the air smell so good right after it rains, an aroma known as petrichor, which can have the very same antidepressant effect on the human brain. Many of the characteristics & elements of the sights, sounds, & smells we experience while spending time outdoors have been found to have stress-relieving, calming, antidepressant, relaxing, mood-boosting, immune-building, & resiliency-supporting effects on humans. If you don’t think this kind of stuff is fun, smart to learn in case of an emergency, or that it can at least offer some positive benefits to those who enjoy doing it as a hobby, then you may be on a channel that’s not meant for you. 🤷🏻
@OnlyPepzi Gün önce
This guy is the definition in childhood ❤
@burnedbread4691 Aylar önce
I would love to see you revisit this build or other older ones, see how they've endured tje weathers
@xxcaptainrex239 9 gün önce
Had to rewatch 3 times cause i fell asleep to the calming sounds and Can we just say hats off to actually staying the night and building that amazing thing. Glad u were safe and hopefully didn't have to use the gun there on your pack
@topfelya Yıl önce
The guy has been doing videos for 5 years and finally one of his videos blow up. Congratulations !
I started watching and he had 32 million views and two hours later I return and he has 33 million views plus! Bonkers but good given what you write. Enjoy
Because he start to copy someone else's format.
@Whom1337 Yıl önce
@@jakephillips4453 "survival" is a pretty fucking vague format my guy
@-Sangral- Yıl önce
100% because of the thumbnail, which shows again how important it is to choose the right one.
@@Whom1337 "survival" is a genre or category, not a format.🤡 he's copying the editing style of those channels like primitive tool.
@thechickenwizard8172 10 aylar önce
So, while I like this video and others in similar concept, and love the idea of living outdoors in a self-built shelter, I've noticed a couple glaring issues that make this kind of shelter impractical long term: 1: Since this shelter is almost entirely made from natural, degreable materials, the whole structure will break down in no time; the logs and sticks will rot, especially when exposed to moisture such as soil. The leaves used for insulation will also decay quickly, as well as the grass clippings. These kinds of materials don't last, and hence don't make for a good shelter for more than a few days. 2: similar to the last part, the rotting structure is highly prone to mold and bacterial growth, which isn't good to breath in over an extended period of time. A couple weeks breathing in the leaf mold from the roof can make you pretty sick, and again, this is a 2-3 day max shelter, and isn't safe to be in for a while. 3: I know the size preference is subjective, but by building the shelter to only be a couple feet high, too short to even sit up straight in, the cramped conditions can't be good for one's back . I've seen a couple channels along with this one that build similar survival shelters, but I have yet to see one built to actually last or be functional long term. Again, I'd love to live in a little hut someday, but the shelters demonstrated in these kinds of videos aren't built to hold up long term.
@AngelPerez-lj3vm 8 aylar önce
@Pebavideo 7 aylar önce
Parabéns pelo trabalho!
@Tajin-milkshake0 3 aylar önce
Just a quick question. How long does it take for you to build your houses?
@samolog1446 Aylar önce
This is cool and amazing 💚🔥 And the shelter looks beautiful Built from scratch
@edmundsackbauer2284 3 aylar önce
I am not much of a builder but this looks fascinating. This guy surely is faster with this project than me assembling an IKEA wardrobe
@slactweak Yıl önce
I'm loving the fact that the roof is strong enough for him to stand on while scattering the leaves. This whole project is absolutely amazing.
Considering the last few clips, I think the roof needs to be that strong so you don’t have a wild boar crashing through the ceiling lmao
@MrManfly Yıl önce
Absolutely brilliant !! And it costs nothing but time to make !! 👍🏻😂
@slactweak Yıl önce
@@derpderpington1863 Yeah, I saw that. I'm just blown away by how everything was made using nothing but materials on site and yet it's sturdy. You can tell I'm a city boy.
Interesting, yes. Amazing? No
@dramaface 8 aylar önce
You’re so awesome dude. I enjoyed every second of this whole video. Thanks for your amazing content.
@jennifermarlow. 10 aylar önce
I wanted to build a strawbale and mud home, but life had other plans. Wonderful video, thank you!
@user-dh2pk7bn7q 9 aylar önce
@thatguy22441 3 aylar önce
Outstanding work! FWIW, you've given me (among many, many others) ideas on how to build a shelter. The only criticism is that I would not have put it in a creek bed. Enough rain would cause the bed to fill up, and wash away your work, as well as possibly drown you.
@jkretch72 7 aylar önce
This is one of the most relaxing videos I’ve ever seen. Would’ve been absolutely perfect if it wasn’t for the ads popping up at the most unfortunate times. Thanks for sharing!
@RobertPhillipsYT Aylar önce
I myself am a survivalist, i find your choice of a structure very interesting, i myself am willing to try it
@KapybaraOkiPullUp 11 aylar önce
This made me wanna go on a hike, build a shelter like this and start a completely new life
@ajaini1709 11 aylar önce
@FancyCat229 11 aylar önce
@FancyCat229 11 aylar önce
But for me it’s more just getting away from people and society and all the shit in my life
@jeanetteharris7000 11 aylar önce
Exactly what I'm planning to do.
@lizzyanthus1 8 aylar önce
I wonder if you still use your awesome shelter? Thank you for sharing how you made it, and your useing it! Looks quite cozy and warm, and kept the wild hogs away too. Great job! Loved this video!
@beeters 8 aylar önce
bro put a question mark at the end of a sentence
@lizzyanthus1 8 aylar önce
@@beeters Which question needed a question mark, if I may ask? Or didn't need one?
@solo574 5 aylar önce
Anh ta dã xây dựng một nơi trú ẩn bằng đất sét thật là tiệc vời lắm . An toàn khi đi cắm trại một mình nơi hoang dã. Cũng là một nơi thư giãn thoải mái tinh thật sự tôi rất thích video rất tiệc
@MaxiQueenGirl 2 aylar önce
❤Very impressive ❤
@Princess_Montarna 10 aylar önce
Your so creative! I love what you do outdoors! Keep going ❤ love from Australia ❤
@user-dh2pk7bn7q 9 aylar önce
@DFullerLisa 11 gün önce
I don't know if you meant for this to be asmr but seriously relaxing AF! Also how warm did it end up being?
@venuskratos6311 Yıl önce
One of the best thing about this video is that there's no commentary, no unreasonable intro. Just straight to the work and the sound of nature around him.. What a video!! 👌
@MekoTM Yıl önce
you mean “there’s no commentary, just the sound of nature”
silence is the language of god
@darkboy999 Yıl önce
Полностью согласен с тобой.
@preston8082 Yıl önce
@@MekoTM theres no audio just audio
@Matthew-xz8bj 10 aylar önce
IS THERE ANY concern for run off (rain or snow) falling into the chimney? HOW LONG would a roof such as yours be expected to last? HOW MUCH weight can the roof hold? OVERALL a very good job. Thanks for answering and posting.
@1991niersteen 4 aylar önce
Dude easy on the caps mate
@III_SNIPE_III Aylar önce
Incredible! I could never build such myself as I'm lazy lol.
@cjgumera5119 3 aylar önce
i love your survival shelter vidoes keep the vids posting because im looking forward on watching those vids
This guy is the one that inspired me to build bases around my town with my friends
@BindisPlanet 5 aylar önce
Loving your work brother ... god bless you.. 100 percent hardworking.... love from india🎉
The sound on this is perfect. Quiet. No talking. Natural. Relaxing.
What was the name of that old channel that had the same no-talking gimmick? I feel like I remember they were a sort of pioneer of crafting/survival channels.
林幹傑 That's it. Thanks
You sound like a right laugh to be around
@jayg2071 Yıl önce
The sounds of a babbling brook coming from a stagnant pool? The sounds did have some digital assistance. I applaud his approach but it’s definitely a “production” designed to give the appearance rustic and all natural.
@@jayg2071 You talking about Primitive Technology or this video above us?
@ImmortalLemon 11 aylar önce
Bro this is like all the things I like about TA Outdoors and Primitive technology at the same time. You’re doing awesome stuff!
@luanjanisom6728 8 gün önce
Eu, amei ficou perfeito. Legal mesmo.❤
Of all the shelters that you've made, this one has to be my favourite of them all
@AcademiaCS1 8 aylar önce
Nice video, and you did a great job, but despite of it I have many serious, and not intended to missvaluing your, job questions to your project: What is the fauna surrounding your shelter? What class of forest were you building that in? Is it enough for a heavy rain? What is the declination of the ground? How long it took to get ready the soil mixture with mud you prepared for supporting the walls? Are you still there? I mean, is it enough for a single person? And how far are you from your furter supplies. And the best question: Why to do that? Maybe if don't have a house, it would be a good option. I really appreciate your crafty hands, it's impressive. And it's a beautiful place. However we (the human race) cannot do that because if we do we (8 billion people) will kill all the forests and jungles in the world.
@lytonsinh 5 aylar önce
I really admire the way you make the kitchen so unique💖💖💖💖💖💖💖
@AJSchnell Yıl önce
I love how there’s no commentary and it’s just the natural nature sounds of running water along with the construction of the safety shelter. The world needs more men like this.
@squeegel3904 Yıl önce
Thanks for this, I didnt have to watch more than a minute before reading this and realising he wont be speaking.
@emu8184 Yıl önce
Or women 😑
@user-qp1xe2qi4t Yıl önce
Where did you see such a cat that would care what mice say about it?
@JohnSmith-uy7sv Yıl önce
The world needs Jesus. He cannot save your soul. He did not offer to die on a cross to save the world from their sins.
@shardium Yıl önce
Nature's ASMR 😌
@wuxian1 9 aylar önce
such a cute and cozy shelter. beautiful!!! a very satisfying video, thank you for it. you are a man of many skills!
@garrygeezer779 10 aylar önce
This is really good because most of the "Too modern" shelter doesn't look good and they probably never get rid of it but this is good since it looks natural
@DforDado 5 aylar önce
I was looking for Mud/clay builds for Minecraft and saw this. I know I can never do something like this IRL, Just in Games, but these types of videos Satisfy the caveman in me. It's very relaxing.
@juliogeordio7358 11 aylar önce
Absolutely amazing , love it 👍🏼
@Jaenesaysnothing 2 aylar önce
This is definitely one of the better designs I've seen. A few adjustments and your shelter would just look like the hill side
@skizir Aylar önce
Je suis extrêmement admiratif 😍​ La vidéo date mais j'ai découvert la chaîne seulement aujourd'hui via un commentaire de ta part sur une autre vidéo. J'aimerais passer une journée ou plusieurs comme sa et construire ce genre de chose.
@etho7351 Aylar önce
It's looks like a very relaxing and, in the moment, fulfilling thing to do, even if just for a short time.
@CyprienAdventures Aylar önce
Ça fait super plaisir ! Bienvenue sur la chaîne ! 💪🔥
@skizir Aylar önce
Merci beaucoup, je met sa le soir maintenant avant de dormir je trouve sa hyper agréable et relaxant. Bon courage pour la suite @@CyprienAdventures
@masontaylor2876 Yıl önce
One minor critique: I would not recommend using rocks and stones found in water to use in or around a fire. These rocks and stones in water often times have water inside them and when exposed to the heat of the fire can explode due to the water in the rocks and stones turning into steam. Nonetheless, awesome build!
I had this problem! Thanks for your very interesting comment 💪🔥
@wendywalker1191 Yıl önce
The most beautiful flowers grow from dirt, the most beautiful people - often scum.
@TheRisskee Yıl önce
And they were flagstone too. Those suckers explode when exposed to heat even if they aren't waterlogged. Haha
@utkarshblog2162 Yıl önce
I had no clue! That’s a great tip thank you!!
@johntexan4165 3 aylar önce
Finally, someone that can build a shelter that actually keeps you warm...
@Adenshort82 8 aylar önce
my favorite part about this is that its clear he isnt trying to stage it to seem like hes on barebones materials, he brought food and the right stuff and its clear this is fun, i love your videos bro keep it up
@NewAgeRenegXde 9 gün önce
6:50 the realization that this man found/made clay had such a childlike wonder to it. Genuinely wanna do this...
@lorettalaulae7446 3 aylar önce
That house you build was amazing 🤩🤩 I love that house .
@janecapon2337 10 aylar önce
Absolute genius!!! Many thanks for showing your wonderful hobbit hole.
@blackheartgaming6121 6 aylar önce
Absolutely beautiful nature and house made of it thanks for the kool videos
Can we just appreciate the fact that this guy went this long without talking? If I’m out in the woods by myself I’m gonna be basically narrating everything I’m doing out loud to myself, or at least talking about something to keep my mind busy. Somehow that’s the most mind blowing thing about this to me.
He's not alone. He has a team behind him
@Topsyy Yıl önce
@@davidtrimarsudi5713 he is alone, he records it by himself. Its his bushcraft channel, he does everything solo and records by himself
@aaronmcghee7902 Yıl önce
Absolutely.... and I would be doing exactly what you said as well
@shehatesjay.x Yıl önce
Honestly 😂
Can we just appreciate? Come on everyone. Come on.
@akshatakulkarni1912 8 aylar önce
Awesome creativity,as well as adventures 👌
I love this shelter so much!!
@coolcat6559 Aylar önce
I love the way he throws the plants into their holes, like “here’s your new home and you’re gonna like it” 😂
@Ilfoslasher 8 aylar önce
J'adore ce que tu fais. Vraiment top et franchement chapeau, 225M de vue 👌 c'est une belle performance et c'est sûrement mérité. Bonne continuation à toi.
@monicarodrigue3353 2 aylar önce
@allandunn1431 Yıl önce
I can't tell you how satisfying it was to watch this. I'll bet there are around a thousand guys wanting to go and build a shelter now.
Not just guys!
@allandunn1431 Yıl önce
@@babsphillips8583 I apologise 🙄
@foxxerbeat3555 Yıl önce
@@babsphillips8583 by guys he probably meant everyone who watches these but alt
@platinum6978 Yıl önce
@@babsphillips8583 it's just that... guys are better at doing things like this.....
@lucasblake449 Yıl önce
lets build one together
@matthiasweber8276 7 aylar önce
Incredible! ❤ How long does it takes, to finished this Shelter?
@JohnG-gd8yv 8 aylar önce
Really inspiring !! Bravo to the Cyprien.
@kathynj6479 2 aylar önce
This is fascinating! Thank you for posting it!
@justfine45 2 aylar önce
This is my childhood dream as a adolescent still it’s so satisfying and beautiful. I love these kinds of videos I’m gonna start watching you when I’m bored now.
@kcoziar Yıl önce
This is like watching the Bob Ross of survival. So relaxing, good job.
@tempest8882 Yıl önce
Put a happy little log there, but he can’t be alone because everyone needs friends
Relaxing indeed
@tintinftww Yıl önce
You should check out Alone in the Wilderness if you haven't yet
Great comment
@tooakki Yıl önce
Yeah but animals can do that with their teeth 😁
@bendgars 5 aylar önce
So much better than those "primmitive builds" where they use excavators and drills. Keep up the great work!😊 also when in doubt use beeg rock
@carmenpatterson7010 10 aylar önce
This is awesome. But what do you do if your halfway thru digging the shelter floor and there's a huge tree root? Do you have to find somewhere else and start over?
@harrisongough8799 Aylar önce
People like you make survival look easy
With the way the world is going these days skills like these are an absolute must for when the system fails us💯🔥
@rhymesandvibes 5 aylar önce
@carmensophia8885 2 aylar önce
Hey great work, that you do there Mr. Cyprus ! I would like to realize some of your ideas with my children group ! From which plant did you take the second material to tie your sticks with? It looks like long bast fibre.. or did you take it with you? I thought about to bring a roll of sisal with me to my group. And another question: Did you take care to cut mostly dead wood ? Thanks for your information! You are giving great inspiration and empowering many :) If you want to visit the „ Glentleiten museum“ in the south of germany“ - you will probably find a lot of inspiration there :) 😊Thank You!
@XessiveGamer Yıl önce
This is literally my childhood dream to build something like this. The fact that you can stand on the roof of it is just incredible to me
@packinaglock Yıl önce
I know, that’s when I was truly impressed.
@pokiblue5870 Yıl önce
that will be only 150 000$ in the Toronto area.
@XessiveGamer Yıl önce
@@pokiblue5870 lmao
@kbabygaming4690 Yıl önce
You are so good can you teach me sometime
@XessiveGamer Yıl önce
@@kbabygaming4690 I’m not sure if you are talking to me but I’ve never built anything like this so I’m not one to ask to teach you lol
@TripleAAA-zg1wx 4 aylar önce
This is a very extraordinary building... 👍👌
@AussieChic968 11 aylar önce
This shelter could enable you to survive bushfires, thick snow and even mudslides and floods, if you choose a suitable location, on higher ground, with pretty solid rock, on a hillside, so water can drain easily. But, since bushfire flames will try to travel up hill, it's best to choose an area with low combustible scrub etc, or clear it away from your shelter.
@naisanaisa-ui7lt 8 aylar önce
@____admin Aylar önce
I don’t know why, but I just love the feeling seeing a cup with hot water under the rain in a camp , does anyone else feel the same? 😮
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