Precautions for grassland camping 1. Weather The first […]
Precautions for grassland camping
The first thing to consider when going camping on the grassland is the weather. You must check the local weather before you set out, and try to avoid rainy days or fluctuating seasons.
2. Camp location
In the grassland, there will be very dense grass and even places with water. If you camp, it may cause water to enter the tent. Therefore, do not camp in low-lying places. Where there is water, pay attention to the wind direction at the same time, and don't choose the windward place.
3. Keep warm
Many people know that in the grassland, the temperature difference between morning and evening is quite large, so you must bring warm items and clothes to prevent catching cold when sleeping in the camp at night.
Camping in the wild cannot avoid the infestation of snakes and insects. You must prepare yourself for insect control. You can sprinkle some plant ash near the tent, which will effectively prevent the infestation of snakes and venomous insects.
5. Prepare supplies
Because it’s camping on the grassland, it’s not like everything at home. Before camping, you must anticipate the unknown, make adequate preparations for materials, and be sure to bring medicines and commonly used medicines for hemostasis and treatment of bruises. Accidents have been prepared. Standby when it happens.
Selection of snow camping supplies
Camping tents in winter should choose winter tents or four-season tents. They must be double-layer tents, which can keep warm and cold and have better air permeability. In addition, when setting up a camp, the tent should be pitched in a dry place. It is best to spread thick dry leaves. If the ignition is not dangerous, it is best to sweep an open area and light the torch to dry and heat the tent before setting up the tent. Once the cold air enters the human body, it is not so easy to get rid of.
Choose a suitable sleeping bag according to the outdoor temperature. The outdoor night temperature in the northern winter will be relatively low. Therefore, you must choose a heavyweight down sleeping bag to ensure a comfortable sleep.
It is recommended to use the aluminum film moisture-proof pad in combination with the automatic inflatable pad. The aluminum film moisture-proof pad (or XPE material physical foam pad) is placed underneath, and the automatic inflatable pad is placed on it, which can effectively prevent moisture and temperature and ensure the body temperature. Will not be lost.
Aluminum film moisture-proof pad
Automatically inflatable cushion
The first choice for headlights. If the steam lamp is not a high mountain gas tank, it will basically not meet the lighting requirements. Cold light fluorescent sticks are also a good choice. Use electricity as much as possible. The steam lamp of the alpine gas tank is also a good choice, and it can also be used for heating in the tent.
If you choose the high mountain route, ordinary gas tanks are simply displayed at a temperature below -15, so the choice must be high mountain gas tanks or high-pressure oil furnaces.
Trekking poles or Nordic walking poles are powerful equipment for you to go out in winter, not only for supporting your body, saving energy, and maintaining balance. It can also be used to explore roads when walking in the snow.
Hat: It is best to use a robbery hat, which can protect the nose and mouth so as not to be awakened by the low temperature of the nose.
Gloves: one fleece, one thicker cotton, fleece gloves are convenient for movement, and cotton has good thermal insulation effect, so you can wear them for each other.
Vacuum flask: This is of course essential equipment. It can quench your thirst, prevent cold, and can store 10% of your body's calories. It is recommended to choose a large-capacity one to ensure that there is enough hot water.