Friday, December 05, 2008

Winter camping can be cool

To borrow the title of a classic film, winter camping in Utah can be good, bad or ugly, sometimes all in the same trip.

On the plus side, campers will often share a campground with only one or two other groups, assorted wild creatures and, if the weather is right, an amazing star-filled sky on a moonless night.

"There is no place quite as magical if you are lucky enough to have a fresh snowfall and a nice clear day the next morning," said the National Park Service's Paul Henderson, describing a winter scene at Arches but one that could be repeated nearly anywhere in southern Utah.

Winter camping can be difficult, though, especially if you are in a tent. It can include cold feet, frozen eggs in the cooler, and what seems like a never-ending night.
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