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originally posted by: ecapsretuo
As in the mountains, temperature changes may be drastic; I would say that warm gloves or mittens are a good thing to have that may be overlooked. A headband to warmly cover the ears when needed can save suffering, also.
Even in June, with altitude, I would expect it to be colder than I might expect.
Might those swords--not knives as you call them--be illegal in Canada and perhaps and in the US parks? Good for bears are they?
originally posted by: theabsolutetruth
packet meals /soups /instant oat /puddings
multi purpose soap
antibacterial wipes for person and items
citronella oil /spray /candles
orange /lemon oil
solar stick lights
ground mats / raised beds
first aid kit
originally posted by: superman2012
I am going camping in the Canadian Rockies (Yoho) in mid-June. Anyone ever been there at that time? I would like to go on some hikes, any that are fantastic and shouldn't be missed? Any tips on items that people often overlook?
Thanks in advance!
originally posted by: ColeYounger
Don't listen to David Paulides webcasts before you go camping!