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Enjoying Camping with Camp Hammocks

If you enjoy the great outdoors, going camping can be a great adventure. In addition to essential equipment such as tents, there are many other accessories available for camping trips including camp hammocks. Bringing a camp hammock on your trip is a great way to enjoy nature and relaxation. Hammocks are lightweight, which makes them easy to carry. They are also very easy to install, and it only takes a few minutes to put up your hammock next to your camp site.

Camp hammocks are very different from traditional hammocks. The type of hammock used in backyards is not as durable or convenient as a camping hammock. Camping hammocks are specifically designed for people who need comfort and convenience while staying away from home. They are made out of special materials that can withstand the external elements, and they are very long-lasting, which means you can reuse your hammock over and over again on many different camping trips. Because camping hammocks are made out of tough materials, they can be transported easily without breaking or ripping. Despite its durability, the material used to manufacture camping hammocks is soft and smooth, so you can be comfortable when you use it.

Camp hammocks are available in a wide variety of features. The type of hammock you should choose depends on your budget and preferences. Hammocks that include sophisticated features are more expensive than simpler designs, but they can make your camping trip much more enjoyable. Some hammocks include add-ons such as mosquito nets and can be used to sleep in overnight while others resemble traditional hammocks that do not have a ceiling. The latter are great for setting up next to your camp site while the former are perfect for campers who prefer not to carry a tent.

While tents have always been the traditional shelter choice among campers, camping hammocks are becoming increasingly popular. Carrying and setting a tent up can be frustrating and time-consuming. Many types of tents are very heavy, and take a long time to transport. They also typically require complicated installation over a specific type of ground. A tent can't be put up on rocks or uneven ground. You not only have to carry the tent to your camp site, but you then have to find the proper place to install it. Camping hammocks on the other hand, are very light, so carrying them is very easy. They can be hung up anywhere you find trees, and you don't have to worry about rocks or the evenness of the ground. Sleeping in a camp hammock is comfortable, and you are protected from cool drafts as well as insects.

If you've never tried sleeping in a camp hammock instead of a tent, you'd be pleasantly surprised to discover how comfortable and convenient it can be. There are many types of camp hammocks available online and in sporting goods stores. Choose the right one for your needs and budget, and see how using a hammock can transform your entire camping experience.


Some Of The Benefits Of Lightweight Sleeping Bags

It used to be that sleeping bags were heavy and bulky. They took up a lot of room, and if you were camping in cold weather, you would probably need a few extra blankets just to make sure. Now that has all changed with the newer lightweight sleeping bags. Don't let the name, lightweight fool you. Some of these sleeping bags will keep you warm at minus forty degrees. The inner materials are super lightweight, and can be compressed down to almost nothing. The outer materials, on the outside have a weather resistant breathable coating; the inside will still keep you comfortable. Because of their tapered design, rolling them up tightly is easy, and many come with their own drawstring bags.

Because these lightweight sleeping bags are able to compress into small sizes, you can bring them just about anywhere and they don't take up a lot of space. Some of the carry bags even have compression straps for you pack, allowing you to have more room for other essentials. You can also hike or camp in more high country or colder situations, without compromising comfort.

Many of these lightweight sleeping bags are cheap, but are well worth the extra money. Cost is really going to depend on the quality, and what the temperature rating is. The lower the temperature it can withstand, the more money you are going to spend. This is something to think about before buying these. While most people won't be taking any family outings the Mount Everest, there are going to be times when the temperature in the mountains can drop significantly. Having a bag rated to zero degrees is good, and there are some really good ones that are rated to freezing, for under a hundred dollars.

Having a lightweight bag can actually save your life. Because of their lightweight design, they can be put in a corner of your trunk or back of your vehicle, and can be used in case of a roadside emergency. If it is winter, having a good sleeping bag just stowed away can mean the difference between life and death.

Another benefit of having lightweight sleeping bags is that if something happens, and your bags get wet, the materials will dry out quickly and easily, unlike those old bags with canvas or cloth on the outside, and wool or other fabrics on the inside. This means that if your bag gets wet, it may only take an hour to dry, as opposed to wasting half the day waiting for your bag to dry.

There are a number of different lightweight sleeping bags available, but your best bet when it comes to shopping for quality bags is the go online. Here you will find the best selection, a wider variety, as well as the best prices. One of these that is rated for fifty degrees is the Chinook ThermoPalm Sleeping Bag. This is a mummy style sleeping bag, available in blue. It comes with one layer of insulating materials, with a nylon taffeta outer shell. It comes with a four-way compression stuff sack, and costs just around fifty-five dollars.


Lightweight and Portable Canister Stoves

The canister stoves are available in various styles and have become quite popular with backpackers. A few of these canister stoves come supplied with a cooking pot; the lid is very versatile and serves as a frying pan. Therefore, the packer does not need to pack any other cookware. Canister stoves are among the easiest and lightest stoves you can use. All one has to do is turn the knob as there is no need to pump or prime. Just light it to get maximum heat.

Canister stoves are simple to operate, the flame is simple to adjust, it requires no maintenance and is relatively odorless and quiet. However, once the non-refillable container is empty, it can be troublesome to properly dispose of. One will find that these stoves burn cleanly on propane, butane or isobutene mixed with propane.

As far as camping stoves go, the backpacker will be sure to select the canister stove and choose the right fuel if he plans to camp in high altitudes or in extremely cold temperatures. Propane and butane fuels don't work the same when temperatures differ. Butane is hot burning but does not do well when the temperature drops below freezing; propane will work very well even when temperatures reach zero. There is one very important tip to remember: you should never cook full meals on canister stoves and do not use them inside of a tent.

Most of the canister stoves should be mounted on a disposable fuel canister right on its top. This makes it simple for the campers to mount their camping stoves as well as to pack them. Because the majority of these stoves can mount on a fuel bottle's top, it is not recommended that one use a windscreen with canister stoves since this may cause an excessive amount of heat that may lead to an explosion. If one has to make use of a canister stove with a windscreen, make sure the area you choose is large enough for air to enter so that the canister will not overheat.

Here is a great idea to provide a windscreen because it is simply your backpack set on its side, your sleeping bag rolled and stood on end or a sheet of aluminum foil that will help to block at least some wind. In order to test the stoves to see if they are putting out too much heat, just put a hand on them. If one's hand feels slightly warm then that is just fine. However, if a roaring sound is heard, it is an indication that the internal pressure is increasing higher than it should be, so turn it off right away.

Camping stoves that are lightweight can often weigh less than four ounces excluding the fuel and container. Better quality camping stoves have been designed to fit inside other apparatus used for camping, for example, cookware. Lightweight canister stoves and other camping stoves can make camping fun instead of a chore.


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