For Beginners 5 Wild Camping Tips

For Beginners 5 Wild Camping Tips
For Beginners 5 Wild Camping Tips

hello everyone so we back out in the woods in this articalI want to share five wild camping tips with you if you’re going out for a hike or

some kayaking or something like that where you’re going out for several days it will be five tips five mistakes if you want and apart from that I will be

starting up fire will be cooking me some coffee and just chilling in this lovely weather you can feel that it’s springtime here it’s so nice

the Sun is out there’s no not a cloud okay actually some clouds but it’s very very little anyway I’m out looking for some food that I can chop up

and set on fire not many peoples in the woods today it’s pretty nice I mean I don’t mind people’s but it’s this nice to be out here

alone and I can see now that this setup for my arm is pretty heavy I can as well share the first tip with you I am while I’m

here out looking forward and it would be thinking about the distance that you want to travel I mean if this is several day hikes or kayak trip or

something like that then you need to plan if you put an end gold that is like let’s say 50 kilometers then you need to know how much you

will be doing every day and be careful that you don’t set too far of a goal you need to think about how much time if you want to spend

more time walking or kayaking or whatever or you want to spend more time in the camp because if you are out walking if you set yourself a long distance

then you will not have much time in the camp I remember the first trip we went on we sat too far for gold that meant that we didn’t have

long time in the camp and everything was just rushing you know and when you out enjoying nature the last thing you want to think about is a deadline you

don’t want to be in that stress you don’t want to be in time pressure I mean we woke up and we just knew that we needed to go as

early as possible because we were behind most of the days so we needed to go out one of the days the Sun were out and it was just like

amazing and we just knew that we needed to go right the second almost which is need to get some coffee inside and some breakfast and then just out in

the kayaks better planning is tip number one better planning plan your trip and thinks about do I want to spend more time in the camp doing like relaxing and

camping things or am I here for the actual hike or the actual kayaking or whatever you need to plan from that coyote Brown so tip

number two is we need to think about how much you’re bringing now I know its kind of obvious that you cannot bring a lot of things with you’re going

backpacking or if you’re going on a kayak trip or can you trip or something like that but what I want to say with this is that many of the

things that you think you need you don’t need as you know or if you don’t know I don’t know maybe you don’t know but I

like to take a lot of pictures I like to make videos that’s why I’m bringing I want to bring a lot of camera things like stabilizer tripod

all these kind of things that is very very bulky and they just very heavy I remember when we went on our last kayak trip and I wanted to bring

my tripod and my stabilized so that alone these two things are like two maybe three kilos extra on top of the food on top of all the things that

you that you anyway are bringing so it was just too much and there was no room

for it, in the kayaks, I don’t know if you have been kayaking before but space there is very very strange like it’s they very pointy and to

have something that fits in the front of the storage compartment it’s just impossible I don’t know I’m not a professional kayaker I have been on some

trips but I’m sure there is some workaround around this thing but I’m also sure that these people who go in kayaking they’re not going with a lot of

camera things so anyway think about what you want to bring and think about how much it weighs and how much room it takes just really think about these things

that you’re bringing are they nice to have or need to have because things what you’re bringing on these trips need to be neat to have and not nice

so got a fire burning so everything is good coffee is almost on the way however a big issue that I am having right now that I didn’t

bring extra batteries for my camera and I’m now I’m running out I’m not sure that I can that I will be able to record the rest of the artical

but I will try my best I also don’t have any more space on the SD card I have a small pouch with these extra things in and of course

it’s home on the table so but anyway tip number three now this is a little like the second tip bring what you need on these things this is about

the food you need to calculate how much food you need I mean I remember trips where we brought like crazy amounts of snacks it was just crazy we had

not hazelnuts m’aimes fix dried fruits and biscuits and muesli bars and like all like this crazy thing just way too much food way too many snacks so you need

to calculate how much do you need and how much even are you gonna eat snacks I mean it’s nice to have all these snacks but it’s also very very

heavy my advice would be calculating how much do you think you need to calculate how many calories do you need and then take it from there so you don’t

bring too much weight in snacks that you will bring home with you because we did we had a lot of snacks and I think I still have some of

those packs in the cabinet think about how much food you’re bringing okay so tip number four yes so now I’m in my living room because the battery ran

out of my camera so just a little bonus tip for you there always bring extra batteries if you’re gonna record something I’m here in my living room now and

I will give you the last two tips so tip number four test your equipment before you’re going out this is especially important in the winter you don’t want to

go out there with a sleeping bag that you don’t know if it can take the cold and then be cold at night you don’t want cold nights at

all so test your equipment before you’re going out tip number five think about your campsites you need to calculate time to look for campsites especially if you’re going wild

camping because you don’t know the terrain I mean if you’re going on a several day hike kayak trip can Oh trip or anything like that you don’t know

how the terrain will look like when you get to that place especially if you’re using a tent-like we are we need plain flat ground and especially if you’re

going on a kayak trip or Kanno trip where you’re coming from the water it’s pretty annoying going up to look for a camp spot and then find out that there’s

no camp spot there at least close to the kayaks and you want to be close to the kayaks if you need to drag all your equipment and all your

things from the kayak to the camp it’s a little bit easier if you’re going on hiking you can just remove your backpacks and then you can just go

around and look for a spot in the area and it’s not as annoying as if you need to to go out of the kayak go into the kayak and


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