<< Previous Topic | Next Topic >>  

Winter Camping

November 13 2013 at 11:37 AM
Garrett  (Login gspina)
AA Forum Group

I am doing my first winter camping trip into the park in March. Any suggestions to appropriate sleeping bag to get? Would a -12 bag work or should a colder rated bag be more effective?

What sort of footwear would be best, winter hiking boots or winter snow boot?


Any tips are welcome as I am quite green to winter camping :D


Garrett

 
 Respond to this message   
AuthorReply
GM
(Login glenmc)
AA Forum Group

Re: Winter Camping

November 13 2013, 12:04 PM 

As far as sleeping bags go I am a big fan of using a fairly warm bag along with a lightweight summer bag as an overbag.

For boots, I use sturdy hiking boots for snowshoeing or obviously skiboots for skiing. My biggest preference for footware though is to have a pair of loosefitting warm booties with an overboot that I can wear around camp. Personally I use the booties from MEC along with an unlined pair of Neos overboots but there are lots of combinations. I find this to be the warmest option.

This is for coldcamping, for hot-tenting something different mught be more appropriate but I leave that to others here that know more about that.

 
 
 
  Respond to this message   
  << Previous Topic | Next Topic >>  




Since April 9, 2012