Looking for new ways to enjoy the outdoors this winter? Why not go camping?
Cold-weather camping requires a bit more prep than summer camping, but the rewards are totally worth it.
Make Sure You're Prepared
Check your camping gear before you go and make sure your tent, sleeping pad and sleeping bag are suitable for wet, cold conditions.
Be sure to have sufficient lighting available as well — it gets dark early this time of year — and keep your phone charged for emergencies.
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