Heading to the campsite can be a wonderful way to get away from your daily routine and recharge your batteries...spending some time out in the great outdoors, breathing in that fresh air, reconnecting with nature, and just having fun with friends or family. While camping can definitely be a lot of fun, packing for it isn’t exactly the most exciting part. Getting all that camping gear to fit in while trying to keep everything tidy and organized can be exhausting, not to mention how you’ll have to unpack and then repeat everything when you get home. Luckily, there are several packing hacks and tips that can take some stress out of the equation and help you pack more quickly and easily. Let’s dive in!
It was late-September of 2019, I had this desire to do an overnight hike at a location I had only since dreamt of visiting. It was a place that continued to avoid me, due to poor weather and inconsistent planning on my part. I knew of many people who had made the trek up this mountain out in the middle of nowhere. It was a place I had only ever experienced through the screen of my cellular device, as I looked upon the images of photographers who had been to it. I wanted to go, so very badly. But the weather was always poor on the weekends, and that was the only time that my fellow hiking friends could take the time off from work to go hiking. Therefore, the only option was for me to go hiking alone in the middle of the week.
New to backpacking? No problem, every expert backpacker had to have their first experience backpacking. Consider visiting a local park or local trail that can be walked in an hour or so. This guide will help beginners backpack without breaking the bank or requiring an overnight stay.
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Going camping always promises an exciting experience: we all imagine a holiday in the middle of nature, far from the noise of the city and immersed in the quiet of the woods, where silence is interrupted only by the sound of the flowing stream and the verses of the ' small inhabitants' of the forest. But we must not forget that sleeping in a tent also means giving up some of the comforts we are used to a warm environment, a comfortable bed, 'mountains' of pillows, and absolute silence. Sleeping in a tent requires a great spirit of adaptation and one of the biggest concerns of those who are at the first camping experience is that of not being able to rest well.
I spent 3 months backpacking in South East Asia and Australia before it was suddenly cut short by Covid-19. Not exactly an expert but I did learn a thing or two about my backpack essentials. Thought I would share my recommended packing list while I have some time on my hands...
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