You are one of those who just have fun when the weather is wonderful? Because living in nature requires a little more coattails and learn to like a cloudy sky is critical. “Part of the training of a Tripper is to learn to appreciate and enjoy the various weather conditions,” says Karen Berger in your book “tricks for Hikers“. A little planning will take you a lot of hassle. In other words, plan a walk as if you were doing it in the rain. And you will sure to finish it with the dry material and in perfect condition. More than that … Just this detail has it will ensure little nuisance while walking, because you sure as hell won’t be worried about what‘s going on back there, on his back, inside your backpack, shine or get a torrential rain.
Some helpful hints to make your trail even more enjoyable, under any time:
1. Waterproof bags (or even plastic bags)–Pack everything, strictly all your backpack in plastic bags with no holes or tears or inside those bags. As the bags cost more expensive than plastic, you can use the two options: clothes and things that may eventually get wet, in plastic bags; things that can’t get a drop of water, such as camera and other electronics or documents and maps, in watertight bags.
2. Cover for backpacking – some our backpacks now come with built-in rain covers (see our website). So much the better, because you don’t risk forgetting it. But we also have the cover for backpack uvula (REF. 3400–Snail). In addition to protecting from rain, it also protects from small tears, common during use on closed trails.
3. make the bag thinking in the rain – not just assemble everything neatly in plastic bags and waterproof … If you go camping and it’s taking a cargo bag, remember that, upon arriving at the camping site, you must mount the tent first. When it’s not raining, it doesn’t matter where you put the tent, isn’t it? But if you’re dropping a lot of water, you‘ll want to have faster and easier access to her. More than that, she should be protected enough not to have wet the inside–or it’s going to be horrible to sleep in a wet place. Think about it when you are organizing your backpack before a long walk … And don’t pay attention much to the weather forecast.
4. Floor wet and your temperature regulation – protect yourself before you even start to feel cold. Walk slowly and always when the anorak, not to heat up more than I should … It’s very uncomfortable walking wet on the outside and inside, with an anorak that dead heat! That’s why the zippers located under the arm. To stop, put more coats under the anorak, not to get cold very quickly, even if you’re not feeling cold, yet.
5. Be flexible – to know the exact time to change the plans. The mountain will continue there and you can come back when the time or the weather improves. Watch out for lightning storms, very common in the summer. In days of hiking damp, make the schedule according to the mountain and not you. In other words, stop to eat and drink when the weather goes a thaw and, remember, you will spend more calories these days that in days of good weather, because the water is an excellent conductor of heat and it will take all your energy away in no time. You need to eat very well, more often and better than in days of blue sky.
6. protect your head–use waterproof caps and, in some cases, such as trails, wide open up an umbrella. It will reduce the incidence of water on you and your equipment, leaving the well dry at the end of the journey. Of course this does not work on closed trails.
7. Feet dry on rainy days – wear boots treated with waterproofing and, above them, nylon leggings, which will make much of the water drain of your leg directly to the floor or to waterproof your boots – and not directly to the inside of the same!
8. When the Sun again–despite the heat that you can feel, take care not to get wet with the vegetation that remains drenched even after the rain stops. Is the same thing that happens when we start walking a very early and the dew is still wet. In less than 1 hour, our jeans are completely soaked. So have a little patience and wait for the vegetation to dry so you can take your clothes off.
9. Aerating equipment – if you are doing a walk of several days and not see the Sun, leave everything as soon as it airs. Dry your clothes, put the sleeping bag on top of the tent (watch out for the wind only!), take off your socks, open the boots. You see, surprised, how everything was wet.
10. Food by hand–this tip is valid not only for rainy days, but for sometime. Always leave the snacks by hand, just like water, so you don’t have to take the bag every time you want to have a drink or something to eat. On rainy days, this strip–and-put of the bag is even worse because, to get the bag back, she can get wet right where you’re in contact with our body, making us even more humid and, much worse, cold.
11. Wet socks – even with all care, you finished the day with the wet socks, twist them and search for extend inside the tent, so that your heat to dry a bit during the night. If the dawn beautiful, dry socks and clean inside the backpack and probably were used overnight and let the wet ones hanging on the outside of the backpack to go dry during the day in case the day dawn rainy, wet socks, reserving droughts for the night because, standing, you will feel a lot colder than on the move. Wear wet socks will be terrible in the first minute but, soon, you heat up, failing to be so unpleasant. And take care of yourself more than normal as the bubbles as the moist skin tends to be more susceptible to them.
12. Anorak, always! –If you have something essential in your backpack, be it for a few hours or weeks in a row, is the cover of time or anorak. Be in the desert, which is usually chilly night!, is in Antarctica, either on the beach or in the mountains, high or low, never, ever, leave home without it. Adaptation of Helen Artmann. Bibliography: Trucos para Hikers, Karen Berger, Ediciones Slope.
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