Stealth Camping in the Catskills is a nice solution for camping further from roads and other people than designated sites allow. Designated sites in the Catskills tend to be near roads or trailheads and fill up early in the day. You’re allowed to camp outside of designated sites if you follow a few rules. Keep reading to learn more about stealth camping in the Catskills.Continue reading Stealth Camping in the Catskills
Karja wants to know more about sleeping in a backpacking hammock. She’ll be attending my upcoming Intro to Backpacking event with Hudson Valley Hikers at Harriman State Park. She asks:
Is it a sane and good idea (when trekking through the woods with an abundance of trees) to sleep in a hammock?
As we continue to count down to my “Intro to Backpacking” Seminar at Harriman State Park with “Hudson Valley Hikers.” I’m getting more and more great backpacking questions everyday. Kristina is very interested in Hammock Camping and asks “how do you keep warm in a hammock?” Continue reading Keep Warm in a Hammock