Without question, we all perform better in both the front and backcountry with a good night’s sleep. Most backcountry travelers can get a good night’s sleep most of the time with the right sleeping system and by using the right combination of sleeping tactics. Even though it is important to carry a sleeping system that is well thought out, it is more important to learn how to make whatever sleeping system you are carrying work effectively.
At Home Trip Planning
Setting Up Camp
Just Before Bedtime
When Wake Up Cold in Early Morning Hours
What To Do For The Next Trip When the Above Tactics Are Insufficient
As you can see from this article, experienced backcountry campers use a wide variety of tactics to get a good night’s sleep most every night. Which new tactics will you add to your camping repertoire?