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Title: Pros & Cons Of Roof Top Tent Camping

Pros Cons Of Roof Top Tent Camping
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  • Overlanding, which is vehicle-reliant travel
    to remote destinations where the journey itself
    is the goal no the final destination, is trending
    right now and for a good reason. It gives
    adventurers a way out of the noise and crowds of
    modern-day civilization. And as long as your
    off-road-ready vehicle is equipped with the right
    equipment, youll find the luxuries of home
    youre used to, like a full packable kitchen and
    a comfy mattress in a roof top tent, which will
    become your best friends when you start
    Overlanding. To help you prepare for roof top
    tent camping, weve compiled a few pros and cons
    to watch out for.

Lets Start With The Good Stuff
  • Epic Utah Views Comfort - A roof top tent
    beats ground tents in the comfort department.
    Most of these shelters come with a memory foam
    mattress that is sure to set you up for a good
    rest in an unlikely place.

  • Keeping You Warm - Camping conventionally
    works well on dry, warm Utah nights. With a roof
    top tent being elevated above the ground, you
    never have to worry about wet or cold floors,
    keeping your floor from getting cold at night.
    Most of these camping gadgets even come with an
    awning so you can enjoy rainy day comforts.

  • A Great Place To Relax - Not only great for
    getting some great sleep, but roof top tents are
    also an amazing place to hang out and relax. With
    tons of windows for panoramic views of Utah and a
    way to stay cool or warm, you may end up waiting
    to stay inside forever.

  • Dont Let Camp Grounds Hold You Up - With
    Overlanding, you no longer travel to organized
    campgrounds. A roof top tent allows you the
    freedom to plan your journey around the epic
    sights you want to see, not just where a
    campground is located. Almost every National Park
    in the US is covered by a National Forest where
    you can camp for absolutely free.

Some Of The Cons
  • Luxury Amenities Are Cut - Utah Travel with a
    roof top tent is known for being minimalist. It
    cant and shouldnt be compared to a 5-star hotel
    or glamping, but dont think that means your
    giving up comfort.

  • Setup Time - Just as with conventional
    camping, setting up and taking down your roof top
    tent will take some time, and if you are
    traveling for extended periods, doing the setup
    can be tiresome.
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