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"On the first night of our 5-day trek to Machu Picchu, the altitude was 13,700 ft (4200 m). Temperature dropped down to -10C/14F at night and I had 4 layers under my winter coat. I was still feeling the cold inside my sleeping bag.
Our horse-man, Daniel, woke me up with a cup of coca tea and some hot water to wash my face with. This shot was taken right after I got out of the tent early in the morning."
Tent - Doite Outdoor
A tentview in Mt. Hood National Forest makes waiting for dry climbing conditions more pleasant.
The variation of camping action and unique geological resources found in Arches National Park is why it remains one of the most well-known areas in the world.
This photo at First Lake captures the spirit of a great camp spot. You can almost smell the fresh mountain air and feel the warmth of the sun through the trees.