The first time I went winter camping I was cold—really cold. We slept in an old 3-season tent that had a broken door and we used our summer backpacking gear. I slept on a three-quarter-length sleeping pad and in a 15-degree down sleeping bag. While this gear is great for lightweight warm weather camping, it wasn’t sufficient for sleeping on the snow.
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