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1st Day of Fall Backpacking Gear (3 of 3)

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1st Day of Fall Backpacking Gear ( 2 of 3)

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1st Day of Fall Backpacking Gear (1 of 3)

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How To Correctly Use Guy Lines

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How To Care For Cast Iron

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A Round Up of Camping Tips Submitted by You

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The First 5 Things I Do in Camp When Backpacking

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By Michael Lanza

I doubt that I had any typical routine when arriving at a campsite on my earliest backpacking trips; like many backpackers, I probably just dropped my pack, shucked off my boots, and kicked back until motivated to move by the urge to eat, drink, get warm, or go to the bathroom. Over the years, though, I’ve developed a routine that I follow almost religiously when I arrive in camp at the end of a day of backpacking. These five simple, quick, almost effortless steps make a world of difference in how good I feel that evening and the next morning, and how well I sleep. Follow them and I think you’ll make your campsite hours—and backpacking trips as a whole—more comfortable.

 

Todd Arndt keeping cool in the Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne River, Yosemite National Park.

Todd Arndt keeping cool in the Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne River, Yosemite National Park.

#1 Take Care of My Feet

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How to Repair a Broken Tent Pole

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Family Camping Tips – GO Outdoors

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How to Fit a Mantle to a Gas Lantern

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