Bring warmer clothing: Midweight base layers, fleece pants, a puffy coat, and a waterproof jacket and pants are standard. Don’t forget accessories like warm socks, a hat, gloves and sunglasses. Prevent cold injuries: Frostbite and hypothermia are legitimate concerns while winter camping.
What do I need to prepare for winter camping?
- Dress in Layers. First things first: dress to impress for cold-weather camping.
- Get Out of Sweaty Clothes (Pack an Extra Baselayer)
- Two Sleeping Pads are Better Than One.
- Layer Up a Sleeping Bag + Quilt.
- Put a Hot Water Bottle in Your Core Region (Not at Your Toes)
- Wear a Balaclava to Bed.
- Vent Your Tent.
- Eat & Drink—A Lot.