Camping in the Wild’s Knowledge 4.0

What you need to know about camping safety!
One. Preparation before camping

1. Before camping, please get familiar with and test whether the camping equipment is fully functional in advance, so as to avoid unexpected inability to use during camping and affect the sense of experience.

2. Please check the weather conditions before traveling, and try to avoid traveling in thunderstorm and gale weather.

3. Try to wear trousers and high top sports shoes for camping, so as to protect your body.

4. Try to share your coordinate positioning with your relatives and friends, so that you can effectively ask for help from them in case of emergency.

Two. Precautions for camping in the field

1. When choosing outdoor campsites, we try to choose safe and reliable areas with a certain flow of people, such as some paid campsites or travel with experienced friends. Undeveloped campsites may be closer to nature and more challenging for outdoor enthusiasts, but stimulation often coexists with risk. Please choose carefully if you have no outdoor experience.

2. Try to set up tents on hard and flat ground, not on river banks and dry river beds, nor on cliffs or hillsides to stimulate camping, so as to avoid heavy objects rolling down or mountain collapse due to wind. In rainy seasons or areas with thunder and lightning, it is necessary to avoid camping on highlands, under trees or on isolated flat land.

3. The entrance of the tent should be leeward, and fire safety and convenience should also be considered.

4. Before going to bed, be sure to check whether all fires have been extinguished. Please do not burn charcoal or firewood for heating in the tent to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning.

5. Before going to bed, please check whether the tent is firmly fixed. Large stones can be used to press the four corners of the tent when the wind is strong at night.

Three. Precautions for playing outdoors

1. Please do not pick strange wild food materials for eating in the wild. Some seemingly edible wild vegetables and fruits may be toxic. You can learn about some common poisonous plants on the Internet first.

2. Don’t wade into the water hastily. The water conditions of wild rivers and streams are unknown and underwater obstacles are difficult to identify, so there is a high probability of danger.

3. If the outdoor terrain is complex, do not rush forward.

Four. Other precautions

1. When sleeping, shoes should be wrapped and put into the tent to prevent small animals from getting in. A circle of sulfur powder can be spread outside the tent to prevent snakes from approaching.

2. The unfinished food shall be sealed to prevent the smell from attracting wild animals.

3. To any campsite, please restore it to its original state before leaving. It is everyone’s responsibility to protect the environment, take away household garbage, extinguish the fire and prevent fire.

Post time: Nov-21-2022