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How to stay warm winter camping

How to stay warm winter camping

…pee So you don’t interrupt the confines of your warm cocoon, make sure you relieve yourself before zipping in for the night. But if you do need to go, it’s best to suck it up and make the journey – your body won’t have to work as hard to keep you warm. Get changed before bed It’s tempting to jump…

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What to pack for Kilimanjaro

What to pack for Kilimanjaro

…on the time of the year). As general advice, you should bring two pairs of socks, two/three layers for your legs and four/five layers on top. A neck gaiter and/or woolly hat are necessary to keep the head warm, while gloves and sunglasses are also necessary. You may find that you need fewer…

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