Get the Camping Chairs You Deserve

With the right camping gears and supplies, you and your family can have some wonderful times together. When buying camping gears and supplies, you should not forget to include in your list camping chairs for the whole family.

Camping chairs will come in handy especially when you are in the wilderness, and you cannot find some comfortable places to sit in. Aren’t camping chairs bulky and difficult to take along during your camping trip? Not necessarily. There are plenty of camping chairs that are easy to transport. The key here is to find camping chairs that are portable, lightweight and very handy.

Hunting For The Right Camping Chairs

Camping chairs come in different designs, sizes and materials. There are camping chairs that are designed for the whole family, and there are camping chairs that are designed for individual backpackers. If you camp in an RV, transporting some camping chairs will not be much of a problem.

forest retreat with other campers

You can just buy some of those folding camping chairs or those inflatable chairs. The good thing about these folding chairs and inflatable chairs is that they are very easy to store and transport. All you need to do is fold them and then store them somewhere in the RV.

Once you arrive at your destination, you can set up the camping chairs and table outside of the RV.

Setting up those folding chairs or inflatable chairs will only take a few minutes.

On the other hand, if you are camping on your own or with a friend, you can get one of those camping chairs that are made of canvas and light aluminium materials.

The good thing about these types of chairs is that you, unlike that inflatable chair which needs to be pumped up with air, folding chairs only need to be set on the ground firm. When you get tired from walking, you can just put it down on the ground anytime you want to sit on it.

When buying camping chairs, make sure that the total weight of the camping chair does not exceed two pounds. Remember that you when you walk several miles, the weight of your backpack bears down on you. Walking uphill is especially difficult if you have a heavy pack on your back so as much as possible, limit the weight of your backpack to about 10% of your body weight.

It means that if you are about 100 pounds, you backpack should not weigh more than 10 kg. Carrying excess weight is not good for your body.

People who carry heavy weights for several hours are more prone to back injuries.

Hope this helps you make the right move when looking to upgrade your chairs. Any recommendations? make sure you drop us a line!

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Four Of The Best Australian Outback Towns

Tempting as it may be to city-hop around Australia, soaking up the glitzy glamour of the major destinations in between lounging on the golden beaches, the truth is that it’d be a pity to travel all that way without dipping a toe into the vast Australian outback. It’s a place quite unlike any other, making up over 70% of the entire nation yet being home to a tiny 3% of the overall population – yet empty and without attractions it most certainly is not! Here we’ll take a look at the most accessible and attractive outback towns that are great staging posts for exploring the outback – and don’t forget your couverture santé Australie and sun-cream…

Darwin

Crocodiles are massive in northern AustrsliaPerhaps the most ‘Australian’ town in the entire nation, this northern city is a cultural melting pot mixed in with the rugged ethos of the traditional outback. Hot, dusty, and full of characters yet with all the trappings of a modern city, Darwin is a great launching pad for a trip or tour into the outback of the Northern Territory.

Alice Springs

By a glance at the map, this town looks about as impossible to reach as the moon – situated almost bang in the middle of the country and a long way from almost anywhere else. The fact is though that it’s just a flight away from most of the major cities and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the whole of Australia thanks to it being close to the Yulara National Park and of course Uluru (Ayer’s Rock).

Broome

Situated on the western coast Broome offers a slightly different kind of outback – a much more tropical and beach orientated kind of emptiness. The beaches nearby are considered by those in the know to be among the best in the world, offering amazing water-sports and marine life and serves to give the surrounding wilderness a much more laid back feel that the endless heat to be found in the central regions.

Coober Pedy

The 4000 or so residents mostly live underground or indoors as it gets so hot in the area and are mainly employed in the opal mining businesses that surround this epitome of the ‘frontier’ outback town. Mostly a town in the middle of the desert, Coober Pedy makes the most of what nature has granted it by literally being unlike anywhere else on the planet. Desert golf, cave hotels, and the kind of bar where everyone has met ‘Mick’ Dundee!

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