Cold weather camping in very cold weather from Northern Tier where crews regularly face temperatures lower than -20F. That’s cold!
A double sleeping bag, techniques for keeping clothing from freezing, and drying out boot liners; some good advice.
Okpik, (Inuit for Snowy Owl, pronounced OOk’ pick) is a winter cold weather camping program offered at Northern Tier. From a weekend in a cabin to more ambitious adventures like dog sledding Okpik has it all. Northern Tier is made up of three bases with access to millions of acres of wilderness in northern Minnesota and Canada.
Summer canoe trips into the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and Quetico are also available through Northern Tier.