As we saw on the last weekend, the temperatures rise again and spring is coming! It is therefore time to go out into nature to make a couple of nice trekking trips with a tent. It goes for me this summer, among other things for several days trekking to Norway. Unlike Germany, it is there every hikers allowed in nature to camp, as long as he does not interfere with others or harassed. This is called the Right of. This right I suppose thanks and be there to make it even diligent use.
If you are traveling with the tent and stayed in the wild, there are a few tips that can be considered in the choice of his campsite to make the night as pleasant as possible. I am using the very lightweight MSR Nook tent on the go:
Since I was not always completely satisfied with the choice of my campground in the past, I have researched extensively in order to find in future the perfect campground can. The knowledge you gathered once in this list. These tips apply legally unfortunately only for countries where the tents are permitted in nature.In Germany, this is unfortunately not the case. Who still want to camp in Germany in nature, find here detailed information and tips for wild camping .
Find Campsite: 7 tips on how to find his perfect Bivouac
- I’m looking for a flat surface
On a flat surface to be tent can logically most open and secure stable . It is advantageous if you there will dry surface. A wet or moist soil increases heat loss and makes the tent floor thus colder. Particularly comfortable is the night when the floor with soft materials such as pine needles, leaves, moss or sand is covered.
- Away from the trail
In order not to disturb other hikers in their natural experience, I look for a quiet campground away from the marked path.
- Do not hammer his tents in the valley bottom or sink
Troughs and sinks usually form the deepest point of the surrounding countryside. Thus, there is also often the coldest spot to find , since cold air always flows downwards. In addition, lowering like to run when it rains as the first fully . Should you not be a passionate night float, just move a few feet and look for a slightly elevated place for the campground.
- Not in the field of natural hazards, such as avalanches, flash floods, etc.
This point is relatively self-explanatory. Learn more about avalanches can be found here:
- What is the departure of a slab avalanche?