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How to Choose a Campsite in the Wild?

Oct. 10, 2020

As a Soft Roof Tent Supplier, share with you. When traveling in the wild, it is inevitable to camp in the wild. Having a good camping site will give people a good rest and gathering supplies. The following points should be paid attention to when choosing a campsite in the wild:

Near the water. The campsite should choose a place close to the water source, so that water for cooking and drinking can be guaranteed, and water for washing can be provided. However, in deep mountains and dense forests, wild animals will be encountered close to the water source, so be careful.

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The wind cannot blow directly. It is best to be on the leeward of small hills, forests or clearings, caves, sides of ridges, and under rocks, etc.

Hazard avoidance Do not have rolling stones or rolling logs above the camp, do not build camps in mud-rock-prone areas, and do not camp on mountain tops or open areas during thunderstorms to avoid lightning strikes.

Beast-proof When building a camp, carefully observe whether there are beast's footprints, dung, and nests around the camp. Do not build in a snake-and-rat area to prevent injury or damage to equipment. There must be anti-mosquito, insect, and scorpion drugs and protective measures. Sprinkling some plant ash around the camp will be very effective in preventing snakes, scorpions, and poisonous insects.

Illumination The campsite should be chosen as long as possible in a place with longer sunshine time, which will make the campsite warmer, drier and cleaner. Convenient to dry clothes, items and equipment.

Leveling The ground of the camp should be level. There should be no tree roots, grass roots and sharp stones, and there should be no bumps or slopes. This will damage the equipment or stab the personnel, and also affect the quality of personnel rest.

Finally, please pay attention to everyone: to protect the natural environment in the wild, the fire must be completely extinguished when the camp is withdrawn. Garbage and waste should be taken out as much as possible and placed in designated places. When special circumstances cannot be taken away, the garbage can be buried in pits.

Fire ignition and practical application

The first thing is to find flammable attractants: such as dead grass, dried leaves, birch bark, pine needles, pine resin, twigs, paper, cotton, etc.

The second is picking up the firewood: dry wood should choose dry, uncorrupted trunks or branches. Try to choose hardwoods such as pine, oak, oak, birch, locust, mountain cherry, mountain apricot, etc., which burn for a long time, have a large fire, and have more charcoal. Do not pick up firewood that is close to the ground. The firewood that is close to the ground has high humidity, is not easy to burn, and has a lot of smoke.

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