Points to be considered when setting up camp

1- The floor must be flat. If you are inclined to dry land so that it lies above the heads of the tent. Emptied snowy ground if the snow is compressed or hardened. Regional gizzard stones are in place to set up the tents, sharp thorns and roots are removed. Thus, to prevent perforation of the tent.

  1. When setting up the tents must be calculated wind direction. The back of the tent should be possible to wind the snow walls around the tents to be built.

  2. Do not set up tents on the bottom of wood. Falling accumulating snow in winter branches can rip your tent. In summer, it can continue to rain after the rain tent. They can also drop in lightning.

4- stone falling into the tents suitable areas should be established.

5- Must be close to the water source (up to 150 m) must not only established camp very close to those resources. More precipitation may rise in water level. Wild animals are used for water supply and colder due to the humidity near the water sources at night.

6- valley floor camps should be established. The roads followed by valleys of water, can be seen by pressing the sudden flood. They follow in the avalanche valleys. Cold weather watch hot air when the weather is stagnant in the valleys by downward to be more severe and is collected in pits place. That’s why the valley slopes on the valley floor in a cold wind and a cold air pool is formed.

7- protected from lightning and avalanches camps should be established to place.

8- The fire will be burned while burning away from the tent and a single point.

9- camp should be set up before sinking sun. Cold weather in the mountains comes with the sunset.

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