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October and November are wonderful months to hike and camp throughout much of the U.S. Not only will you enjoy the change of season, but crowds will be down, too. Here are some tips to keep you warm in camp at night, provided by instructors for the Wilderness Basics Course of the San Diego Chapter of the Sierra Club.
I have never gone winter camping and I will do that next week. I want to know how to stay warm in camping tent in such cold day. Anyone knows that?
Toes cold? Put on a hat. Your body loses up to half of its total heat in 40-degree temperatures. So, when it's below freezing and you're head is uncovered, you could be radiating more than three-fourths of your overall body heat from your head. Get off your rear end.
HOW TO STAY WARM AT A COLD CAMPING EVENT (Note: Another article is at http://www.meridies.org/as/dmir/SCALife/1705a.html )Camping in An Tir can sometimes be a cold and wet event. These tips will hopefully make your camping more comfortable, no matter what kingdom you are in. Any notes not attributed to other authors are mine.