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Two steel culvert traps, each big enough to hold a riding lawnmower, sit in the campground where the tents used to be. Signs on the trees warn “Closed: Bear management action in progress.”

The joys of camping can be tough to appreciate when you’re on cold, rocky ground. But truck bed tents can turn a pickup into a base camp for outdoor adventure, often at a considerably lower cost than rooftop tents. These are the best truck bed tents for 2021.

The joys of camping can be dampened by cold hard ground. But roof top tents offer a comfortable perch above your vehicle from which to enjoy outdoor adventure. These are the best roof top tents for 2021.

Unlike other segments of the travel and tourism economy, the market for recreational vehicles has been thriving in the face of COVID-19.

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Layers, layers, layers ... that can’t be stressed enough. Mountainous areas are known for temperature drops at night, especially at higher elevations. Plus, camping means sleeping close to cold dirt. Pack extra layers and consider bringing an extra sleeping bag if there won’t be a fire.

The High Peaks region continued to see historic levels of hiker traffic throughout the last few years. Despite the ongoing closure of the U.S.-Canada border to non-essential travel, the rush of tourism this past weekend marked a continuation of that trend.

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