I recently finished teaching Advanced Wilderness Skills to a group of Outdoor Skills Course students at a college where I work part-time. I’d like to share some questions from their final exam. They ask: What Would You Do?
Hot tenting beats cold camping, hands down. I remember the trip that changed everything for me. I was “cold camping” in Algonquin park, sleeping in my four-season tent at the end of a long and cold February day of snowshoeing through deep snow.
Regular readers of The Happy Camper's blog recently enjoyed an eight-part tale of Kevin Callan's paddle-and-portage loop of Algonquin Provincial Park — here is part two of his video series from the adventure: