“He who marvels at the beauty of the world in summer will find equal cause for wonder and admiration in winter”. – John Burroughs
Growing up in the suburbs outside New York City it felt more like a dream to ever get to experience wilderness, as if it was something from a time lost and gone away. The truth that I’ve discovered is despite land fragmentation and encroachment from the need for our homes and businesses there is still much out there to “get lost” in. One just needs to take the time to research access points, to pour over the maps and read the topography of the landscape, set some goals and make a plan…even in the coldest depth of winter!
With the right gear and knowledge you can have the forest to your human self in winter.
So after reading a lot about winter trekking and hot tenting…
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