Trust the Trail Podcast
Scott and Ariane July 12, 2018 0

Episode 66: Backpacking is A LOT of Work

On this episode we share our tips for setting up camp after a long day of backpacking in the backcountry. What to do first, and why it’s so important. For most backpacking trips, some think it’s a mystical paradise of wonder…until they figure out that backpacking is a lot of work. Also, we’ll be giving shout outs to our Trust the Trail community who sighed up this week on out Trust the Trail Podcast Community on Facebook.

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What we talk about:

  • Be aware of potential hazards like flash flooding, lightning, wind and dead trees/branches around your campsite-
  • In the backcountry, avoid staying on ledges or high peaks where wind and lightning could become a hazard.
  • Look up; if you see dead branches overhead, you should not camp under them.
  • We paid no attention to the huge crater in the ground…got flooded out.

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