Winter Camping

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  1. rwellner98

    rwellner98 Line Up and Wait

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    As my thoughts turn to the world returning to normal, I'm thinking about doing some ski flying and airplane camping next winter. There are some strips I can think of that would be pretty easy to pull off technically (e.g. Johnson Creek, Moose Creek) And others that it would be difficult/impossible to identify the LZ. Fortunately, many of the ones that would be difficult to identify also wouldn't have the wood necessary to provide warmth, so no big loss.

    Who has done this style of adventure before? Have people published guides or other information, or will I be creating one myself from whole cloth?
     
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    Stewartb Final Approach

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    Why stick to strips with skis? Its a big world out there.

    Winter camping is fun, except crawling out of the bag in the morning.
     
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    Tell me more?

    I'm likely to be hot tenting, so getting out of the bag will be the easy part. :)