Hiker Dude's Hiking Blog

My notes, links and random tips for the hikers and backpackers of the world.

Sunday, October 16, 2005

Tarp Camping

Tarp Camping 101 gives a copule of pointers on how to live under a tarp in the woods.

SGt Rock shows you all the ways to set up a basic tarp.


At 1:20 PM, Blogger Slim said...

For many years I carried only a tarp for protection and no stove, cooking on fires. But at my mid 60s I find it more comfortable to have a good tent and stove. And I don't travel as far so the bulk isn't as important.

At 1:35 AM, Blogger grand canyon hiking said...

Helpful information on Hiking

At 7:30 AM, Blogger Anna said...

I've a North Face tadpole which I love. Used it recently for some hiking on the GR11. It's pretty lightweight - plenty of space if I'm on my own and fits two in at a bit of a squeeze. Can't quite bring myself to get down to just a tarp.

At 7:51 AM, Blogger MATHEW said...

There has been some interest in producing a modified version of tarp to Go to help Mum’s and Dad’s we suspect to plan for the hiking activities meals,backpacks and the best hiking tents and menus for young people heading off on school camps or hiking trips where they have to organise their own food.



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