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Winter Camping Weekend

Winter Camping Weekend

  • Ended
  • 400 Canadian dollars
  • Bush Area North of Capreol

Service Description

This event is designed both for the experienced winter camper as well as first timers. Participants will meet at a rally point(Hanmer Valley Shopping Center Lot 5085 Reg. Rd.80, Hanmer, Ont.) for 4 o'clock Friday afternoon. Once everyone is accounted for participants will be led to a parking area in close proximity to the camping area. The camping area is a bush location north of Capreol, Ont. Here the participants will disembark and will either be walked to, or ferried to (depending on the site) the campsite where the wall tents equipped with woodstoves are already set up with the woodstoves already fired up. Once there participants will be assigned a wall tent where they will stash their gear and prepare their sleeping area. Each tent will house up to 4 participants. We will try to keep groups or friends together but due to space limitations there are no guarantees. The participants will then participate in a meet and greet around a campfire where the guides will orient and interact with them and lay out activities for the coming days. The next 2 days will be filled with camp maintenance chores, hikes, and other winter related activities. Maybe even some vegging!! The event will terminate late Sunday afternoon after which participants will be led back to the rally point to ensure no one gets lost. Requirements: Participants are responsible for their own food. Clothing suitable for existing and forecast weather conditions.(Layers of warm clothes is perferred over one warm layer for heat regulation and prevention of excessive sweating. Avoid cotton clothing as it tends to absorbs moisture and takes a long time to dry. Extra socks and a change of clothes is recommended. Warm boots is a must. Felt pack rubber boots or skidoo boots with extreme low temperature rating are recommended.) Sleeping bag and ground pad.(Sleeping bag with a temperature rating lower than existing or forecast weather conditions is recommended.)Personal gear ie. pack to carry personal gear, fire starter, small knife, small chopping tool, tin cup, eating utensils, one burner stove and fuel(optional),Navigational aids(compass,gps), meds,first aid, and personal hygene items, and extra clothing. Snowshoes(optional but recommended). Guides will have a variety of support gear including kitchen items, wood processing tools, and a generator(for lighting etc.) to ensure that you have a more comfortable and worry free experience. If you lack some required gear or have any concerns let us k


Contact Details

(705-923-4426)

mikepaquette@comewalkwithmeadv.ca

Greater Sudbury, ON, Canada


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