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Ultralight Winter Travel Book Review


Aaron Zagrodnick
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Aaron Zagrodnick

Even among the most avid and enthusiastic three-season backpackers, winter backpacking is an intimidating prospect. The long and cold nights, the high consequences of mistakes, and the challenges of travel in snowy terrain – not to mention the specialized equipment often needed – dissuade many people from heading out on overnight trips during the colder months. While winter conditions certainly make backpacking more difficult in several regards, winter also has unique rewards born of its frigid intensity that make overnight trips downright magical. The perfect stillness and white of a snow covered meadow, spellbinding frozen waterfalls, the soft glow of sunrises and sunsets, and the geometric intricacy of frost crystals are just a few of the unparalleled highlights of hiking in winter...

@Mark reviews the Ultralight Winter Travel book from Justin Lichter and Sean Forry - take a look below in Issue 41:

Ultralight Winter Travel: The Ultimate Guide to Lightweight Winter Camping, Hiking, and Backpacking

Ultralight Winter Travel Book

Issue 41 Page 1

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