The challenging part about trying to go ultralight with winter camping is that winter gear is typically heavier and bulkier so that it can withstand the elements. We learned this the hard way after investing in a 30-pound canvas hot tent along with a 30-pound stove to...
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Backcountry travel in the winter can be challenging—especially when there's a ton of snow. But snow opens up the possibility of pulling your gear rather than carrying it on your back. We've traveled in the winter with backpacks, sleds, and pulks, and we've found that...
We've always stuck to air mattresses and sleeping pads when it comes to camping—even in extreme cold weather. With an R-value of more than 6, that's plenty enough insulation to keep us warm alongside our -30°C/-22°F sleeping bags. It wasn't until we went on a guided...
Tarp camping isn't for everyone, but then again, neither is winter camping. Both have their pros and cons, and those who choose to combine them are typically the ones who are the most adventurous and resilient in the outdoors. If you've ever thought about trying to...
Winter camping can be a thrilling experience, but it requires proper planning and the right choice of shelter. Two popular options for camping shelters are tents and tarps. Tents are the more traditional choice, often providing a dome-shaped shelter with a rain fly,...
The arrival of winter doesn't necessarily mean that camping season is over—it just means you'll need more specialized gear for the cold. While many campers enjoy using a four-season tent or a hot tent with a wood burning stove during the winter months, others choose...
Fall camping resources
The weather is cooler, the leaves are changing, and the air is crips! It’s the perfect time to get out on a trip. Check out these fall-inspired posts to help you make the most out of the season.
It’s never too early to start your holiday gift shopping. Check out our gift guides to find something unique for the fellow camper or outdoor enthusiast in your life.
Who are we?
Welcome to Gone Camping Again!
We’re Elise and Ross, a couple from Ontario, Canada who absolutely can’t get outside enough.
Backcountry camping is our escape, and we love sharing what we’ve learned with our readers.
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Our latest camping adventure video
In July and August of 2022, we set out to paddle the entire coast of Pukaskwa National Park on Lake Superior’s north shore.
Along the way, we caught monster Northern Pike, camped on pristine kilometre-long beaches, and dared to swim in Superior’s icy cold waters.
Gear and equipment
Having the right gear makes all the difference on a camping trip. Use the resources below to educate yourself about what you need to bring on your next trip.
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