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So, winter is finally arriving in various places. (Not where I'm at right now!) Camping season has largely ended and hiking season assumes, well, a different shape.
Alaskan winters are very harsh, especially inland. But early enough (or late enough) in the season you can get a sense of what it's like to spend the winter there.
They all are trying to catch a bit more to eat before it's all covered in snow. From elk to the Grizzly bears.
Only some seem to be really happy, pointing with pride at their newly minted winter home!
Further to the south and east, at Glacier National Park, winter is as notable and felt, with the combination of lakes and mountains very striking in early winter.
Still, it seems as if Mother Nature likes hikers so much, she keeps the trails open!
This way, with snow beginning its long hold over the country, everyone seems to be content with it - from mammals,
Read my post Black (and White) Magic In The Arctic
Whether this is going to be your first time, or you’re the more experienced camper, a little reminder about the basic winter camping tips will not hurt. Sometimes, all we need is just a little reminder and additional information on how to prepare ourselves once we are already outdoors. There are a lot of helpful tips I learned from this article I would like to share: http://backpackingmastery.com/basics/cold-weather-camping-tips.html
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