That chill in the air shouldn't put you off the great outdoors, it should encourage more evenings around warm campfires and sleeping bag snuggles. Still, it is chilly, and a cold snap could be dangerous so use common sense and take these cold weather camping tips to heart.
When it comes to spending time in the wilderness, it pays to be prepared. Herbal remedies are ideal for treating a wide variety of non-life-threatening injuries and inconveniences when you're backcountry adventuring.
There’s nothing worse than being wet and cold, and a fire is the perfect cure. The trouble is, if it’s been raining or snowing, all the firewood and kindling will be soaking. Luckily, there are several solutions, kindly provided by Mother Nature, that will help you to light a fire in inclement weather and have you warm and cozy in no time at all.
We know what sleep deprivation does to the human mind and body, but is it the same for insects? Do insects need to sleep in order to function? Are bugs even capable of sleep?
Our camping podcast takes a peek into our editor's backpack and what we found had us tickled pink! Have a fun story about something weird you took camping? Email us and win two Greenmoxie camping mugs and get your story published on our podcast.
Want to run, but the thought of pounding the pavement leaves you in a cold sweat? Trail running and forest bathing incorporates running and hiking over outdoor trails so you get stunning views, a whole bunch of fresh air and it’s easier on your knees.