What to Bring Winter Camping

Trips, Winter

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  1. Paul says:

    Enjoy your your winter camping trip, sounds fun
    Would be great to have a beginner detail list,
    Sincerely Paul

  2. Sue Webb says:

    Youโ€™re going with others, right??!!

  3. Kurt Johnson says:

    Check out Wiggyโ€™s lamilite insulated gear it will save your life – especially their Sox , sleeping bags, and fish net long johns – Iโ€™ve been using their gear for years

    • admin says:

      Oooh I’ve always thought their booties looked pretty darn cozy! Thanks for the recommendation, Kurt!

  4. Kurt Johnson says:

    One of the simplest items I found to be useful and satisfying for winter camping was a plastic (for light weight) insulated mug. Not only for the obvious; hot drinks tea or coffee etc, but as a vessel for all my meals as well. Hot cereal in the morning stays warm in the cold temps, stews or soups as well. I think I may have found the one I carry at a holiday gas station back many years ago.

    • admin says:

      Oh gosh yeah! A plastic insulated mug can work wonders! I know people that swear by them! Great suggestion!

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