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Enjoy Winter Camping

Camping has become immensely popular but most campers are only interested in the summer months. With the right camping equipment and outdoor clothing camping can be enjoyed at any time of year.

There are lots of benefits to camping outside the peak months. There are no summer crowds to contend with and campsites are empty, the winter countryside presents some beautiful scenery and you'll not have to contend with irritating mosquitos.

It really is all about being prepared. The sometimes freezing winter weather can be the most challenging aspect of camping out at this time of year. Temperatures that fall below freezing at night are enough to put all but the hardiest off camping out in a sleeping bag. But with the right sleeping bag and some effective thermal insulation you'll not have any problems.

I am really only talking about camping out in a tent. The other option is to use a camper-van or motor-home. These enable you to bring along a whole host of home comforts including heating.

But for a 'real' winter camping experience I recommend using a tent, a camping bed or airbed to insulate you from the ground, a really good sleeping bag and some top quality thermal underwear. Equip yourself with good quality outdoor clothing that is waterproof, windproof, lightweight but ventilated along with gloves, boots and a hat and you will be well prepared for whatever the winter weather brings.

Camping in the summer months is great fun but nothing like the challenge of sub-zero winter camping. Warming yourself by a roaring camp fire is much more appreciated when there is frost on the ground and the possibility of snow and walks in the countryside on crisp, clear winter days can be immensely uplifting.

So, if you're up for a little adventure, or perhaps you are looking for something to do with your children during the Christmas holidays, why not spend a night or two in a tent and enjoy the challenge and fun of winter camping.

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