Layering up for winter camping

I went up to some crown land over the weekend with some friends with the objective of building some quinzee snow shelters to stay in for a few nights. On one of our day hikes instead of traveling along the logging roads, we chose a point on the map and used our topo map and compasses to walk a straight line. It took us over some decent hills and was much more rewarding than taking the easy way. Below is a video that outlines the layering system I used for the weekend.




8 comments:

  1. thank's for review. I have seen your video clip. very nice. I like winter camping. outdoor is the best way to chill out and go out and enjoy yourself. this will be a refreshing experience to enjoy camping in the natural climate.

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  2. Winter camping can be equally as fun as summer camping. There are no insects, pesky critters, and other annoyances that can be found during the summer. There is also a lot less people during the winter, making it a perfect paradise for people who like to hike in remote areas. However, winter camping can become dangerous if you are not properly prepared. Listed below are some basic guidelines for dressing during winter camping.

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  3. Wow! I always love the scenes from your weekend, but these are especially amazing! What a gorgeous spot!Winter camping always special for us.

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  5. Winter camping is actually much more interesting than summer camping, as it demands more preparation and endurance. Since I am also a fan of snow camping, I suggest that you, and everyone else for that matter, check out a great article I found about COLD WEATHER CAMPING TIPS and how to plan the perfec t winter camping trip. You can check it out here: http://hikingmastery.com/skills/cold-weather-camping-tips.html

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