I'm Bob, also known as "Snowman". I'm a snow camper, I love everything about snow camping. I'm one of the founding members of the International Snow Camping Association - ISCA . I go out camping in the snow any time I have a chance to. There's no need to stay home just because there's snow on the ground, camping in the winter is in my opinion even better than in the summer.
I made this website to share some of my knowledge with anybody who's interested in getting into snow camping. I hope you will like my site.
Apart from basic backpacking gear there are a few additional basic things you need to get before you head out on your first snow adventure.
1. Means of transportation.
3. Very warm clothes
4. Lightweight woodstove
5. Ski goggles
6. Metal sheet
OK, now you should have everything you need assuming you already have all the regular backpacking stuff (backpack, sleeping bag, tent etc...), you're all ready to go.
Below are some imprtant things to keep in mind when snowcamping:
2. Short days - long nights
3. Tell someone where you're
4. Start with a one-night trip
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