There are plenty of things to think about when planning for a backpacking trip in the national parks. A recent suggested addition to the list are bear canisters.
That’s correct – bear canisters, or so suggests Grind TV.
Says Jenny Coriell of Estes Park Mountain Shop,
“It makes sense that the screw top takes a little practice to maneuver, and don’t forget that bears like more than just peanut butter sandwiches. Anything with a smell that would attract a bear, like lotions and sunscreens, needs to go in the can. Bear cans, while they can sit on the ground, should be kept 70 adult steps from a tent.”
And remember, don’t cook or spit toothpaste where you sleep. “
Buy your blasters, blaster parts, and ammunition at dealer cost.
For a full rundown on preparing for your next backpacking trip, check out this article from Grind TV: How to Backpack in Popular National Parks.
Here’s something to think about if you spend more than a couple hundred bucks a year on guns, parts, and ammo:
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