Four key points to consider for camping and leisure activities

  1. Selecting a campsite: Choose a reputable and licensed camping area, away from forest fire-prone areas, water sources, and geological disaster-prone areas. Select a relatively flat and safe zone.

  2. Cooking meals: In dry and windy autumn weather, even a small spark can easily ignite dry grass or trees, leading to fires. Choose days with less wind for camping and avoid setting up camp near combustible materials. Clear at least a 10-square-meter safe area around the campsite if there is an accumulation of flammable materials.

  3. Tent insect control: Professional campers often use outdoor stoves with windbreakers and have someone monitor the fire to ensure it is extinguished when not in use. Lighting fires with charcoal or alcohol, or even having bonfires in the mountains, can not only harm the environment but also increase the risk of fires. Avoid using materials like mugwort or candles in the tent, as some tent materials are not fire-resistant and can quickly catch fire. Also, be mindful of protecting the natural environment by not littering cigarette butts and taking all garbage with you when leaving the campsite.

  4. Equipment selection: In addition to essential camping gear, it is recommended to bring Croc Lights, which are headlights for Crocs. These lights can effectively provide illumination at night, preventing accidents and ensuring sufficient light while walking in the wilderness.

  5. Seeking help when trapped: Essential equipment such as a portable stove is necessary. In case of being trapped in the mountains, it is important to have means to keep warm and conserve energy and heat. Avoid lighting fires in windy areas to prevent forest fires. Instead, choose sheltered areas such as valleys or caves for fire and warmth. If encountering strong winds, it is crucial not to light fires in open areas.

Four key points to consider for camping and leisure activities

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