Tag Archives: winter camping

By Darryl Alder
Jan 25, 2017

16 Cold Weather Camping Tips

Snowdrifts have a habit of swallowing up unattended camping gear. Melted snow can soak  unprotected clothing, equipment and food.  But, with each winter camping trip,  you will figure out a few more ways to make your cold weather adventures more rewarding. Here are a few winter camping tips from the Fieldbook: Organize provisions and extra clothing […]

By David Johnson
Jan 13, 2016

Klondike Derby Adventure at Maple Dell Jan and Feb

Get ready for a winter adventure at Maple Dell Scout Camp this January and February. Scouts and troops can sign up now for the Klondike Derby Adventure. Activities will include ropes course, tomahawk throwing, field archery shooting and 2-d animal targets, first aid, kife throwing, fire building races, sledding and more! Sign up for one […]

By Ken Cluff
Nov 07, 2014

Winter Tent Camping (Part 2)

(This part two of a two part series. Click here for part one.) Preparing the campsite After you have reached the place where you want to camp for the night, use your snowshoes to pack down the snow in the spot where you’re going to pitch the tent. You may want to take the time to build a […]

By Ken Cluff
Nov 06, 2014

Winter Tent Camping (Part 1)

Varsity Scout Snowshoers and/or Cross-Country skiers can see and experience amazing things when we take day-long treks through the snowy woods, but when we extend our snowshoeing or skiing trip overnight we will experience an entirely new winter outdoors. But who would want to carry all that gear through the snow, only to spend the night in a tiny tent? […]