Camping normally requires a lot of planning, but in winter it requires extra planning as to avoid frostbite and hypothermia. But don’t worry! With the right planning and preparation, camping in the winter can be comfortable and safe. Here are some good tips for camping in the winter:
A Good Pair Of Boots
One of the most important things you need to bring to your winter camping trip is a good pair of insulated, waterproof boots that will keep your feet dry at all times.
Several Layers Of Clothing
It is very important that you protect your limbs against heat loss in the cold weather. The human body generates its own heat but needs proper clothing to trap it when camping. Pack several layers of clothing when camping during the winter.
Other Useful Tips
A good sleeping bag rated to extreme, sub-zero temperatures is a must-have for winter camping. Keep a thermos of a hot beverage in your tent in case you want a sip of something to warm-up with at night.
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