21 Winter Woodland Wildcamping Tips For Bushcrafters

21 Winter Woodland Wildcamping Tips For Bushcrafters

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  1. Lol that's exactly what happened to me on a winter wild camp. Did not occur to me it would get dark early. Gathering wood and setting up shelter in the wet and dark is not fun, torch kept going off cause the batteries where cold. Hey have you been spying on me cause I also took a knuckle off with a folding saw and froze my ass off next to a stream. I think I'd better book on one of your courses or book a travel lodge next time lol. Atb.

  2. Superb video with great tips. I learnt more in those 40 minutes than I have done in years of reading and now realised some of the mistakes I've made on previous winter trips..Thanks very much for that Paul.

  3. Nice tips Paul! Will add one here. tip: take you pants and whatever uper mid layer you have with you into sleeping bag is it flese or something else doesn't matter just but them beside you. On morning its mutch more comfy to dress up with warm clothes…

  4. I tend to do some wood carving by the campfire when the evenings start to come sooner in winter here in Sweden. I Also bring a power bank for my camera and phone so that I can watch youtube videos, yours amongst others. Great video as always.☺️

  5. Filling a thermos with something hot like tea, coffee, or hot chocolate and keeping it in your sleeping bag(between your legs works great) is worth its weight in gold for staying warm at night. Also if your thermos works well it will give you something hot in the morning to warm you up with no fuss. Love the videos Paul. Keep up the great work.

  6. Great video paul, having spent many years carp fishing on lakes you can definitely get caught out with the cold, and i have found out the hard way about breathing out of the bag.
    Top information as always paul

  7. Thank you, took the freedom to share it hoping it helps to demystify winter camping a bit more, really appreciate your sense of pedagogy, can't agree more with all the tips you are sharing with us, and have to say it doesn't hurt to be reminded some of them 🙂 Then since you are really good at talking in front of a camera, its aswell very pleasant to watch, thank for that.. A 40 min single shot is a pretty rare performance over here on youtube i would say :)

  8. many good tips here, two people got caught in a blister and died 1,5 km from the cabin they were suppose to stay at. And the trail was only a total of 3 km to walk from the car so shit happens fast when the cold hit that bone. I hope tourists make a little more research before heading for snowy mountains. As former ski instructor I seen people coming in jeans and sneakers for skiing 800 meters above sea levels .Shocked how people dont understand the cold is serious shit. keep up the good work mate

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