Warm measures for camping in winter

There are no wild worms in winter, no rattlesnakes, no noise, no mountains that are quieter than winter. The biggest danger in winter is the low temperatures of hiking and camping. It must be kept warm and protected from frostbite and temperature drops (temperature usually rises rapidly). Specifically how to do it, please refer to the following advice:

Keep clothes and equipment dry

Especially the drying of gloves and socks is very important.

▲ clothes

The outermost layer is to be worn. Recommended for breathable fabrics. Wind and breathability are especially important as winter rainfall may be small. Of course, you can wear a soft shell ,the effect is very good.
The middle layer can be selected from wool materials with good thermal properties. Because the wool material itself does not absorb water, it has a good perspiration effect,which can fix a certain amount of air and maintain a good warmth effect, beside the wool material can be choose by a fluffy and delicate fabric. Compact fleece material. . . This will be better .
Of course, the innermost part is the sweat layer. It is best to choose perspiration underwear. If you don’t have perspiration underwear, you can choose to dry quickly, but don’t wear cotton underwear. Otherwise, it will be very comfortable when walking. It will be very cold to stop. .


▲ warmth measures

When camping in the snow, it is best to put clothes, kettles, cameras, film, etc. in sleeping bags.
It is best to put the clothes in the fire to dry or put them in a sleeping bag, and the body temperature will dry out when people sleep.
Shoes are also best placed in sleeping bags. If you put your shoes outside the sleeping bag the next morning, it will freeze, not easy to wear, and will wear your feet. It takes more than an hour to melt frozen shoes.
Do not wear shoes to bake your feet. This is not only difficult to dry, but also produces moisture in the shoe. When going out, it will condense into ice in the snow and ice, and it is easy to frostbite.
Put a plastic bag outside the socks and put on your shoes to keep your feet warm and moisture-proof.