Watch this instructional video to learn how to tie the tautline hitch knot for camping. The tautline hitch knot is a favorite among campers. This knot is useful for adjusting the tension of tent guy lines and laundry lines, among other uses. The tautline hitch knot can be slipped to tighten or loosen a line, then holds fast under load. Tie the tautline hitch knot for camping.
Check out this how-to video to use essential tent setup tips for camping. Camping without a tent is like living without a house! Check out these easy tips for buying and taking care of your tent, and you'll be able to camp with it for a lifetime. Buy and Maintain a Camping Tent - Proper Camping Tent Use Video.
A ziplock freezer bag full of raw egg yolk and chopped up vegetables in a pot of boiling water may not sound like the most appetizing way to make an omelet, but this technique definitely works when you're camping and don't have a stove.
Here are 10 easy Spanish phrases that you can use on a camping trip or while hiking. Subtitles are included for help with pronunciation Speak Spanish when camping.
A great way to prepare for your first camping trip is to go camping in your backyard. Benefits:
Camping means cuddling. Let's be real, it's chilly at night the only source of warmth is the smoky campfire and the people sitting next to you. If you're an avid cuddler, and let's face it, who isn't..... then I would definitely recommend a two person bag!
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How to Article: Plan a Camping Trip for a large group It may be more work that you thought, but following these steps is sure to prove you know what you’re doing!
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Watch this video to learn a fun way to eat camping chili, right from the corn chips bag! This is a scrumptious family camping recipe.
Camping is one of the best ways to enjoy nature, but choosing just the right spot for pitching you tent can be tough. This video will give you some tips for choosing a site that is safe, convenient, and comfortable.
This video demonstrates the tripod method of setting up a campfire for cooking in the wilderness. In order to set up the tripod, you will need three large branches of hazel, some copper wire, and a hooked branch to be used to hang a pot from the tripod. The copper wire will be used to attach the hooked branch to the tripod setup and cord or rope may be substituted. Another method of cooking which is demonstrated is to cook food in a pot over some embers. A hole is dug in the ground and a fire...
In this tutorial, we learn how to use a propane tree to operate a camp stove. Start off with your propane tree that connects together simply. Attach this to the propane adapter so you can use the propane for both the stove and lantern. The lantern will be able to stay on around 10 minutes with the tree. Next, connect the eight foot adapter to the propane tree and place it on an attachment into the stove to use for heat. It only takes about five minutes to hook all of this up, and it will maxi...
In this tutorial, we learn how to build the perfect campfire. It's important to consider the materials, it's impossible to take a lighter and light a large piece of wood. You want to start the fire small and build it large. Think about the wood you will be using, which will decide if you are going to cook on it or need it for warmth/light. Birch bark is great for a base layer. Cinder is perfect to place on top of the birch, then add in larger pieces of wood as you create a bigger fire. When y...
Just because you are not at home is no reason to abandon your healthy eating lifestyle. In this tutorial, you will learn all about planning healthy meals and snacks while you are on the go. Discover how to pack your backpack with the right, lightweight snacks and maintain proper nutrition when out and about. Of course, when planning caloric intake and healthy eating for a backpacking trip, it's important to create a backup plan in case something doesn't go according to plan. Learn about carry...
When you are camping, having a place to sit down other than the ground is always a plus. If you don't have the strength or space to carry a chair with you as you hike, check out this video and learn to make one out of materials you find in the forest. This way, not only will you have a place to sit, but you will be able to leave it once you leave and lighten your load. Enjoy this very cool tutorial, and learn exactly how to make yourself a comfy seat in an otherwise empty forest.
Learn how to cook in the outdoors the real way - over a campfire! This how-to video shows some great recipes for the camp fire. These could end up making your camping experience much more fun.
You’ll be singing around the dirt and eating un-toasted marshmallows if you don’t learn how to build a proper campfire. In this how-to video, you will have to learn exactly how to build a fire pit and fire to make sure you do not burn down the forest.
There’s an art and a science to setting up camp, and this how-to video is going to teach you both. Setting up a camp sit is difficult for most, so these simple instructions can teach you a lot about how-to set up your campsite.
Heading to great outdoors or going camping? Better TV shows you an easy way to feed your family at the camp site. Watch this food and camping video for how-to tips.
You'll want to go camping just to eat these scrumptious campfire melted, gooey, marshmallowy desserts!
So you and your trackful of gear finally make it to your campground. . .now how do you set up camp?
In this video series, learn the proper way to make a safe, long-burning campfire. Our expert will show you how to choose the right area in your campsite for the fire, how to build a fire pit, how to start a fire without matches, and how to properly put out the fire when you are ready to break camp and move on.
Join Scoutmaster Houts as he demonstrates how to use a backpacking mini camp stove. Detailed step by step instructions are given for setup and use.
Whether you're at a concert or on a road trip, sometimes you need to camp out. Check out this video if you are planning a car trip where you will be camping along the way. Car camping requires plenty of preplanning and patience but will be totally worth it in the end when you have one sweet road trip!
Are you not into rough, tough and dirty camping? Watch this camping instructional video by Better TV to learn how to rough it in style.
Cooking on a backpacking trip is all about nutrition and efficiency. Learn about camp cooking and nutrition in this free backpacking video on wilderness and the outdoors.
Building winter campfires is a great way to stay warm, cook food, and have fun! Learn all about how to make a campfire, from gathering kindling and cutting wood to lighting and fanning the fire, in this free cold weather camping video guide series.
There are some basic tips that you will need to know in order cook over various types of campfires. Hazel wood is a good wood to use, because it is a quick growing wood. Make a tripod with 3 wood posts and copper wiring. You will also need 2 hook sticks. Reserve them, when you are scavenging for wood for your fire and your tripod. These will be useful tools.
Hunting or camping in low temperatures can be dangerous and strategies for clothes and gear are important. Learn how to hunt and camp in sub zero temperatures in this free camping video with a professional huntsman.
In this free video series, our expert will offer up tips and advice on how to pick an RV or Pop-Up Camper. If you have been thinking of buying a recreational vehicle, let our expert explain the finer points of this sizable purchase. You will learn about pop-up campers, towable campers, and motor homes, including how to decide what you need, how much you can afford to spend, and what you should learn from a walk through. Get the inside tips on buying a camper or RV from an expert, and hit the ...
If you’re camping outdoors, you’ll probably need to know how to make a campfire at some point. Fire is an important tool to have for cooking food and purifying water, for warmth and light, and for protection from wild animals at night. In this video series, learn the proper way to make a safe, long-burning campfire. Our expert, Brian Rajchel, will show you how to choose the right area in your campsite for the fire, how to build a fire pit, how to start a fire without matches, and how to prope...
Solo camping is a scary and exciting prospect. Alone in the woods at night, no one can hear you scream. But for those who crave solitude and love the wilderness, there can be no greater thrill, no greater connection to the primitive part of yourself. In this nine-part video, we learn all kinds of useful survival and camping skills by watching our host Colhane experience a three-day solo camping trip in the Brazlilian bush. You will learn how to cook, how to make fire, how to prepare a campsit...
Check out this how-to video to learn tips on building a camp fire. One of the most enjoyable things in the world is a long-burning campfire in the great outdoors. Check out these tips for getting a campfire going without harming the environment... or yourself. How To Build a Campfire - Safely Build a Campfire Video.