Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Cold Weather Camping' started by GWolfe, Oct 18, 2010.
OMG, those are some great pics everyone!!!
Freak October snow
Nice pics Yak, it looks like Flagstaffs of all years aren't afraid of the cold.
Hopefully there will be more pics added this winter, I'm ready.
Early November Douglas pass Colorado. 8500 ft. Elevation and about 14 inches of snow. Gizmos, reflectix and a MR. Heater in addition to 2 bottles of propane and a red generator made it pretty tolerable. Searching for elk isn't for the faint hearted. After all this melted, the roads were passable with chains on all 4 tires. Took 2 hrs to slog it out of there, a 6 mile trip. What a great time. I love Colorado.
Not as impressive as some pics here, but not bad for an early April camping trip.
Ohiopyle State Park 4/3/2016
Here me and Oreo camping at the end of Oct at Manmonth Cave
Oop here we go
This was a few years ago at about 7,600ft (2,315m,) some spring snow around.
A few of the locals stopped by.
However, subsequent to that camping trip, I bought a new toy for winter fun and this is what we do now.
Colorado_camper nice view and I l the toy.