Camping is a great way to spend the warmer--and even some of the colder--months of the year outdoors. Maybe you've tried glamping, RV camping, and even backpack camping, but now you're searching for a new way to enrich the overall camping experience. Why not try camping in remote regions?
Camping where few travel can be exciting and challenging for young and old campers alike, but there's plenty to be cautious of when going so far off the beaten path.
Aside from the usual hazards of camping, camping remotely means you're further from other campers and anyone who might be able to assist you in the event of an emergency. It also means you might have farther to travel if inclement weather strikes or you're forced to leave camp. Either way, by understanding the area you want to camp in, you can better prepare for those emergency moments. Being safe is about being prepared, and this guide will teach you how to be both.