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Best Tips For Enjoying The Backcountry In The Rain - Articles Surfing
If you spend any amount of time in the backcountry at all, it will rain on you. Remember this - rain is a good thing; without it there wouldn't be much backcountry to enjoy. How you prepare for rain and how you handle yourself and gear in the rain, makes the difference between a great experience and a horrible one. Here are some great ideas for ensuring your backcountry enjoyment when mother nature rains down on you.
Our best tips for enjoying the backcountry in the rain can be separated into two categories. The first pertains to getting ready to hike, camp or whatever else you love to do outdoors. Here are the Best Outdoor Preparation Tips:
- Always check the weather forecast. Understanding the type of rain to expect may even determine whether you go or not. If the forecast calls for severe thunderstorms with tornados, you will probably plan differently than you might for scattered showers. Check before you go, and check when you're there. A good weather radio is an essential piece of gear for backcountry recreation.
So now you're packed and out the door. Once you're there, common sense and a few tricks of the trade will help you get through unscathed. Here are the Best Outdoor Rain Tips:
- Never camp in a low lying area. Look for a durable surface which will allow water to run off more effectively.
Remember this ' when it rains, you'll see fewer people and fewer insects. Some of the most remarkable times you'll experience will be in the backcountry during a rain storm ' it can be exhilarating! Doesn't sound so bad after all ' does it? Use this information and you'll Get It Right The First Time. Get Outdoors!
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