A trip to the backcountry?
Yeah, I know, I’ll admit it.
But when I was 13, I made my own backcountry film in a backyard at a remote campground.
The movie was an instant hit and I’ve been a fan ever since.
It’s a simple story of a family and friends traveling backcountry.
This time I did it with my dad and two buddies, which is also how I made a documentary called Backcountry Film Fest.
I’ve heard of Backcountry film festivals before but never one with such a grand scope and such an extensive selection of films.
This year was no different.
In addition to the documentary and my own films, I got to see all sorts of other backcountry films including: The Wild Life, The Big Outback, The Trail, The Hiking Trip, Backcountry Adventure, and more.
Here’s what you need to know to get into this crazy backcountry experience: What is a backcountry campground?
A backcountry camping is basically a place where people gather for some solitude and relaxation.
Most backcountry campsites are small, single-person tents with a back wall that allows the people to camp in peace.
The backcountry is a wonderful place to be.
Backcountry camps are also home to wildlife and people, so be sure to check out our guide to wildlife camping.
What is the best camping spot?
Most backpacking trips involve camping in the back country, but it’s important to know what’s available.
Many backcountry spots are small and intimate, so make sure to bring plenty of water and snacks.
Most Backcountry sites also have a waterfall, so you’ll want to get there early to grab some water and a snack.
There are a lot of backcountry locations to explore, so choose one based on the conditions and your budget.
What kind of gear do I need?
I know I know backpacking gear.
I always carry a camera with me on a trip, and a tripod and a few other essentials.
If you want to stay hydrated, be sure you have plenty of sunscreen.
For your camera, you’ll probably want a DSLR camera that’s a little bigger than a 35mm.
I use the Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L II USM Lens, which has a focal length of 24mm, but other than that, there are many lenses out there.
I also use the Nikon D800E.
It has a zoom lens with a focal distance of 35mm and a price tag of $1,699.
For more tips and tricks for getting the most out of your gear, check out my Backcountry Video Guide.
How long is a trip?
If you’re camping with your family, you should plan at least an hour or two before you set out.
A lot of campsites don’t open until 10 a.m., so be ready to pack some food, water, and snacks if you don’t get a lot done.
What do you need for a backpacking trip?
Most Backpacking Trailers use a few different types of gear: A backpack.
Backpacks are usually about the same size as a standard backpack.
They have a carry handle on the back and a flap that opens when you get close enough.
The backpack is usually waterproof and has a lid that opens to allow you to open it and take out water.
Some Backcountry Trailers also carry a laptop, tablet, or smartphone with them on a backpack.
You’ll also need a pair of hiking shoes or boots to get you through the rugged terrain.
If your backpacking experience includes a back country hike, you probably want to bring a hiking boot and some extra gear.
Tenting is basically sleeping inside a tent and has some of the same features as a backpack.
It usually has a tent flap, so when you’re close enough, you can close it to let your tent breathe, and the flap closes to keep your back from getting wet.
You also can add a rainfly to your tent, and some Backcountry Triprs use them as sleeping pads.
You can also get a sleeping bag and some additional gear.
What are the best backpacking tools?
Backpacking tools include a compass, a rope, a tent pole, a fire, a lantern, and even a fire starter.
For the best gear, Backpacker Magazine recommends carrying a couple of camping tools, as well as a compass and a water source.
How do I pack?
Before you get started, I recommend making sure you get plenty of food.
A good backpacking food source is an outdoor grill, grill with cooking strips, or grill on the ground.
For snacks, you may want to grab snacks from your backpack.
For a back trip, you could bring a small fire, but you can also use a grill on a camping stove.
What else can I pack for a Backcountry Backpack trip?
For most Backpacking Trips, the backpacks you bring will be small and light. However,