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I'm going to campaign for the first time at the end of May. We plan to go with friends to the forest, we will go by two cars, but we will have to leave them at the entrance to the park. I have to take as many things as I can held. What do I need?
 

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It seems to me that you need to discuss with friends what of the common things you should carry (food, firewood, kitchen for camping, a tent or water for all, for example). From personal items that I would advise you to take this sleeping bag, thermal underwear, warm sweaters. Powerbank, if you need to call relatives. There are many portals for camping enthusiasts, for example WildProofGear , there are many tips on how to make camping more comfortable, and you can also find helpful tips on how to choose a tent or a sleeping bag. If this is your first camping, then you can ask your friends what kind of things do you need. It will not be too fun if you go fishing and don't take the bait.
 

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Depending on how rugged the walk is I think a wagon would be in order to carry more stuff!

Generally I would suggest if it's any real distance to walk and you want to muscle all your own stuff try to find a backpack with a waist/hip strap. The better the backpack the more you can carry comfortably, but just having a hip strap is a marked improvement over any other style of bag you're likely to find. (A wagon or cart is obviously more comfortable than a bag)

Don't forget plenty of personal lighting, (including a spare and something that covers an area) bug repellant, and clothing that dries quickly. Rain gear is good, but quick drying clothes are a nice alternative if you want to pack less and the forecast is good. They also help you stay comfortable on a hike and there's dew every morning. Always have clothing you can layer. Don't forget that you need water, not just for drinking either. c
Cooking and washing will take most of it. If you wear contacts make sure you have a way to wash your hands well, you'll be surprised how grimy your hands feel after cooking over a fire. Obviously you need a knife and some rope because adventure.

Be sure to prioritize sleeping items. Not being able to sleep is particularly miserable in a tent and you will need more cover (sleeping bag or blanket) than you expect because the ground will actively cool you.

Just about everything above is based on something I actually forgot at some point, so there you go
 

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All things, of course, do not have to take with you! Otherwise, you will not pick up the backpack, you yourself will understand when you collect it. It all depends on the complexity of the trip, season and duration. Therefore, you can focus on this list of things on a hike and decide what you need, or not. It makes sense to take some things not for every person, you are not going to the casino this page but to nature. We try to take backpacks about 15 kg for simple trips, and about 20 kg for hiking more difficult.
 

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Be sure to prioritize sleeping items. Not being able to sleep is particularly miserable in a tent and you will need more cover (sleeping bag or blanket) than you expect because the ground will actively cool you.
 

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Generally I would suggest if it's any real distance to walk and you want to muscle all your own stuff try to find a backpack with a waist/hip strap. The better click site the backpack the more you can carry comfortably, but just having a hip strap is a marked improvement over any other style of bag you're likely to find. (A wagon or cart is obviously more comfortable than a bag)
 

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All things, of course, do not have to take with you! Otherwise, you will not pick up the backpack, you yourself will understand when you collect it.
 

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It’s always like this with me, I’ll go to the casino Check This Out and lose all the money. I’ll go out and beat me. I’ll go to work and get a reprimand. Not life but some kind of hell.
 

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Be sure to prioritize sleeping items. Not being able to sleep is particularly miserable in a tent and you will need more cover (sleeping bag or blanket) than you expect because the ground will actively cool you.
 

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Generally I would suggest if it's any real distance to walk and you want to muscle all your own stuff try to find a backpack with a waist/hip strap. The better the backpack the more you can carry comfortably, but just having a hip strap is a marked improvement over any other style of bag you're likely to find. (A wagon or cart is obviously more comfortable than a bag)
 
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