The Adventure Podcast Episode 83: Getting Started with Winter Camping

Winter Camping: I’m off today for Maine and New Hampshire, where I’ll be attempting to summit Mt. Washington tomorrow. That means that updates are likely to be sparse the rest of the week, although I wanted to share the lasted Adventure Podcast for regular listeners.

This week, my co-host Dave Adlard and I share some tips and advice on how to get started with winter camping, a rewarding yet often overlooked outdoor experience. We’ll talk gear, strategies for staying warm, how to get a good night’s sleep, and more.

However, before we jump into that timely topic, we first dive deep into the latest adventure news. That includes a look at the start of the Antarctic expedition season, as well as checking in on the progress of Mike Horn and Borge Ousland in the Arctic.

We also have stories about a marathon runner who has completed a race in every country on Earth while saying goodbye to an outdoor legend. Later, we wrap things up with our weekly Gear Picks, with Dave sharing his thoughts on the Skullcandy Push true wireless earbuds, while I offer insights into the Peakago 7-inch Windows laptop.

You can listen to the podcast using the audio streaming player at the bottom of this blog post, or you can find it on your favorite podcast platform. You’ll find us on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Sticher, and Spotify, where you can give us a rating and subscribe to the show too.

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As always, thanks so much for giving us a listen.

Kraig Becker

3 thoughts on “The Adventure Podcast Episode 83: Getting Started with Winter Camping”

  1. In the vein of pre-testing gear… I’ve never had a good experience trying to buy a new cool piece of technology via crowd funding.

    • Yeah, it’s a real crapshoot for sure. Crowdfunding has changed the game for how products get to market, but those items are not the same as buying from an established company. Plus, there are cases where they get your money and never produce anything too. Always a risk.

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