Top Ten Tips for Winter Camping

November 13, 2013

Winter Camping Tips

For some of us, winter brings a whole new set of adventures that summer just can’t offer. Some ski or snowboard, others snowshoe, and still others love to sled. For many outdoor enthusiasts, winter camping sparks their excitement; they see it as an adventure and a challenge. One of our bloggers, Stacey, says that her “own husband is one of these lunatics enthusiasts who believes that unless there’s 18 inches of snow on the ground, it’s not a real campout.”

Whether you ski, snowshoe, sled, or go winter camping, it’s important to know what supplies you need for the weather you may face.  In her Insight Article, Stacey focuses on tips that every winter camper should know before heading out the door.

For more information on how you can stay safe and happy while enjoying your frosty adventure this winter, check out Stacey’s Top Ten Tips for Winter Camping Insight Article.

To get yourself totally prepped for this winter season (especially those of you who plan to be out in the cold), check out these other articles:

“First Aid for Hypothermia and Frostbite”

http://beprepared.com/blog/8804/first-aid-for-hypothermia-and-frostbite/

“Emergency Shelter”

http://beprepared.com/insight/7136/emergency-shelter-2/

“Staying Warm in the Outdoors”

http://beprepared.com/insight/7142/staying-warm-in-the-outdoors/


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