Camping And Tent Tips

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Location

Avoid camping in low places-Air move gets dirty and typically moisture settles more. Also, if it rains whilst your tent is up, there’s a larger risk of water collecting when you are camped in a minimal lying area.

Ventilation-It’s easier to face the end of your tent into prevailing winds. This will likely maximize ventilation. ¬†For more information about camping and tent tips, you can also visit:

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Tent Types

Dome Tents

This type of tent has a simple dome condition developed by inward curving wall surfaces that meet at the top.

Advantages: sufficient headroom and potential to stay upright.

Drawbacks: Two pole designs leave a substantial part of unsupported tent materials restricting this kind of tent’s use to average weather conditions.

Modified Dome Tents

Identical to the dome tent with a few variants: addition of more poles plus cross-section rods, as well as tapered ends.

Advantages: Better in a position to withstand tough weather and mounting breeze levels.

Pyramid Tent

Essentially this is bit more when compared to a waterproof tarp staked to the bottom and draped more than a central pole.

Advantages: Easy to create.

Tunnel Tent

As the name implies this kind of tent was created in the condition of a tunnel. Usually leading gets the most ceiling elevation (sufficient to stay up) and tapers towards the trunk. This tent type contains an individual or dual pole design with the longer pole upfront.

 Advantages: Very light. Cons: Design type is inclined towards being overcrowded.