• Camp Guide: Munglinup Beach
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    Camp Guide: Munglinup Beach

    hey guys today I’m on my way to Muglinup beach camp for a few days so i thought i would show you guys around Munglinup Beach is located on the south coast of Western Australia about 70km west of Hopetoun 130km east of Esperance or about 620km away from Perth. the area is still recovering from some massive rains at the start of 2017 so some of the roads are still under roadworks or still washed out in places and while the campground is still accessible by two wheel drive vehicles or towing Caravans, it is something to be aware of on your way in, you will see an information…

  • Backpacking & Camping Tips : Buying Hiking Boots
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    Backpacking & Camping Tips : Buying Hiking Boots

    Hi this is Richard Fields and in this clip we are going to talk about how to buy hiking boots. You want to buy a boot that is going to be appropriate to what your needs are going to be. If you are just doing light trail hiking with a day pack then some of the lighter nylon shell type boots will be appropriate and can probably be purchased at most shoe and department stores. If you are going to be doing any heavier hiking in rugged terrain carrying a heavier pack you are going to need to buy a boot appropriate to the degree of terrain that you are…

  • Outwell Stone Lake 5ATC & 7ATC – Inflatable Polycotton Air Tent (2020) | Innovative Family Camping
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    Outwell Stone Lake 5ATC & 7ATC – Inflatable Polycotton Air Tent (2020) | Innovative Family Camping

    From our Imperial Air Collection, the 3-zoned Stone Lake tents are great polycotton options offering plenty of space for larger families Breathable Technical Cotton fabric and ample ventilation at the sides and rear ensures condensation free internal climate for comfort throughout the seasons With its 2metres 20 standing height, and Panorama front opening the Stone Lake tents offers an impressive roomy feel and bright ambience throughout the tents Thank you for watching, now go camping and enjoy the great outdoors, or come watch some more of our videos at www.Outwell.com

  • Outwell Lindale 3PA & 5PA – Inflatable Air tent (2020) | Innovative Family Camping
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    Outwell Lindale 3PA & 5PA – Inflatable Air tent (2020) | Innovative Family Camping

    Quick and easy to pitch, our compact Lindale 3 and 5 person tents are great for touring holidays Strategically placed Storm guylines aids in maintaining the Lindale tents integrity and stability in rough conditions The pre-shaped air tubes deliver stability plus ample headroom with their steep sides optimising internal space Thank you for watching, to learn more about the attention to detail gone into designing our Lindale tents come visit us at www.Outwell.com

  • How to Set Up a Campsite : Dealing with Slope Concerns that Won’t Affect You at Night While Camping
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    How to Set Up a Campsite : Dealing with Slope Concerns that Won’t Affect You at Night While Camping

    Hi, this is Bruce Lessels from Zoar Outdoor on behalf of expertvillage.com, talking about choosing and setting up a campsite. So when you’re choosing a campsite or a place to sleep for the night you usually want to choose a fairly flat spot in the woods or on a beach or the side of a river, wherever you are but you want to make sure that the spot is as flat as you can get. However, most spots in the woods and on the side of a river and on a beach are not that flat, they usually have a little bit of a slope to them. So in this…

  • How to Set Up a Campsite : How to Minimize Bugs in your Campsite
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    How to Set Up a Campsite : How to Minimize Bugs in your Campsite

    Hi, this is Bruce Lessels from Zoar Outdoor on behalf of expertvillage.com, talking about choosing and setting up a campsite. While bug repellent is great and does keep the bugs away to some extent, the best thing you can do to minimize the bugs around your campsite is to sight it well. If you sight it down in a wet area, down in a hollow, often that’ll be a place that attracts bugs and it has a lot of bugs in it. Similarly if you sight it in a field in a place where there’s a lot of grass growing or often on a beach where there may be gnats…

  • How to Set Up a Campsite : How to Re-Pack a Sleeping Bag
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    How to Set Up a Campsite : How to Re-Pack a Sleeping Bag

    Hi, this is Bruce Lessels from Zoar Outdoor on behalf of expertvillage.com, talking about choosing and setting up a campsite. So you’ve had a great weekend camping and now you’re ready to take the campsite down. So the first thing you’re probably going to do is take your sleeping bags out and air them out, a good idea is to pull them out of the tent kind of lay them out on the ground for a little bit, somewhere dry, this is assuming of course that it’s not raining. Just let them air out for a little bit before you roll them up, we’re going to pull the sleeping bags…

  • How to Set Up a Campsite : Determine Whether You Need to Use the Rain Fly on Your Tent
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    How to Set Up a Campsite : Determine Whether You Need to Use the Rain Fly on Your Tent

    Hi, this is Bruce Lessels from Zoar Outdoor on behalf of expertvillage.com, talking about choosing and setting up a campsite. Then we’re going to go the opposite end of each pole and start to pull pole through its sleeve and make the tent more taught and start to give the tent some shape. It should be a little bit tough to put the pole on the far end cause that means the tent is going to stay nice and taught and stay upright all night long, we have the middle one up, one end and the other and now it looks like a tent. The final step is to put…