Keyword: Sleeping bag
Spending the night under the open sky with a mat and sleeping bag is in and of itself a purist thing. If you also make the right choice from the few products available, you can enjoy nature with extremely light luggage. We put it to the test and put together a bivouac set for less than 2,5 kilograms.
In cooperation with Sea to Summit we are giving away a high-quality sleeping bag system. This includes a sleeping bag, sleeping mat, liner and pillow. The competition entry form can be found after this article.
We have tested selected sleeping bags for you. In the snow cave, on the river bank during the lockdown and in the exposed bivouac on the wall foot. You can find out how we rate the sleeping bag models from Mammut, Sea to Summit, Mountain Equipment and Grüezi Bag here.
The high summer temperatures in July turned many a bedroom into a sauna room even at night. The time was ripe for the search for an idyllic...
Bivouacing can be nice, but also uncomfortable. Thanks to these tips, the night under the open sky is guaranteed to remain in your memory.
Nothing is as nice as sleeping outside - be it outdoors, in a tent or on the bus. Granted, now in winter it can get pretty fresh sometimes. That's why we'll show you some tips on how to sleep well even on cold nights, and how to make the most of your recovery on the next day of climbing.
The Kryos sleeping bag by Mountain Equipment is one of the best sleeping bags in its class. He is ultralight and still keeps warm.
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