[Tip 8] Camping guide for a camper – To prepare for cold

Tip 8. To prepare for cold


The biggest worry of winter camping is to prepare for cold somehow. Although there is a ‘winter-type’ tent, commonly known, there is not a specific season-type tent released for each season apart from the winter tent.  Depending on the roof of a tent, a ‘fly’, covering the body, you can tell the summer one from the winter one. We recommend that the products with the ‘skirt’ that is padded to the lower part of a fly prevents incoming breeze are the most appropriate for the winter.


Conversely, it is recommended that a fly with a well-ventilated bottom is appropriate for summer.  A winter tent of a living-room type configured with a anteroom and a sleeping room is the very type of convenience. This is because you can install the stove and cooking utensils in a tent. We do not recommend using a brazier and a grill inside a tent or under a tarp. In the case of a fire accident, it is advisable to have a fire extinguisher around. Prior to sleeping, the campers turn off the stove for fire and suffocation prevention. To reduce the winter cold from a floor, it is recommended to use a cot.


Using a thick sleeping bag and a hot pack may help spend the winter night warm. Without a hot pack, you may put hot water of 70 ~ 80 ℃ in a 1.5 l PET bottle, have it wrapped in a towel, and use it.


Camping guide for a novice camper – the 10 Camping Tips
Tip 1. How to install a tent
Tip 2. Ready for winter camping equipment
Tip 3. Warm Camping, Floor Construction
Tip 4. Basic preparation for Backpacking
Tip 5. Significant Notes in Lantern Type and Use
Tip 6. Stove Types and Precautions
Tip 7. How to use brazier and grill
Tip 8. To prepare for cold
Tip 9. Campsite Cooking
Tip 10. Notices on camping and etiquette

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