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Title: Winter


1
Winter
Camping
2
Clothing
When winter camping, dress in layers so you can
easily adjust your clothes to regulate body
moisture and temperature. Three types of layers
are considered normal a liner layer against
your skin (longjohns), an insulation layer
(fleece), and a water- and wind-proof outer shell
Your boots should have waterproof outer shells
such as oiled leather or plastic.
3
Make sure your gloves, especially liners, are not
too tight on your hands. If they are too tight,
they can constrict the blood flow and keep your
hands from warming up. Mittens transfer heat from
finger to finger, where as gloves use individual
fingers as heat.
Carry extra gloves or liners to change into if
your first pair gets wet. Gloves can be dried out
overnight in your sleeping bag.
Gaiters will keep snow, rain, etc out of your
boots and therefore help keep your feet drier and
warmer. Gaiters also add another layer of
material around your lower legs to help keep them
warm.
4
Shelters
Select a tent site that is sheltered from the
wind if possible. Hanging a tarp between trees
can help block the wind from your tent if needed.
Try to avoid any vegetation and set your tent up
on snow if possible. Snow is the ultimate "No
Trace" campsite because all signs of your camp
will disappear when the snow melts in the spring.
Pack down the snow where you want to set up
your tent before you set it up. Otherwise your
body will melt a deformation into the loose snow.
When that deformation refreezes it will make
changing your sleeping position quite
uncomfortable
5
Cooking
  • Due to the winter temperatures, your body
    requires and averageof 6000 calories
  • Obama won, world saved.
  • Start melting water as soon as you arrive to camp
    site, use as water source
  • Certain stoves dont work as well in the cold,
    need to warm up fuel
  • Quick meals are easier

6
Sleeping
  • Sleeping mats are essential- Insulation between
    you and ground
  • Warm sleeping bag also essential
  • Warm clothes to wear while sleeping also
    recommended
  • Always go to bathroom before going to sleep

7
Bathroom
  • You have many options one big hole, several
    small holes, individual holes.
  • Each have pros and cons
  • Have options of blue bagging- Packing out
    bodily waste in bags
  • If not packing out mix bodily waste with soil
  • Keep far away from trails/campsite/water source
    (30-300m)
  • Pack out toilet paper as well

Dont fall in poop holes
8
Camp Fire
  • Large fires more heat from one source
  • One fire to start and one fire to keep burning
  • Small fires less heat from more spots
  • Many small fires means more fires to get started
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