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5 Tips for Enjoying the Outdoors All Winter Long

When the temperature drops, people start to spend more time inside because…it’s cold? The cold weather shouldn’t stop you from hanging out with friends and family outside. With a few simple preparations, you can prevent yourself from becoming a couch potato this winter, and hey – the fresh is good for you, right? Jenny Anderson from Women On Ice shares five tips for enjoying the outdoors all winter long.

Honey Whiskey Cider for Cold Winter Nights

Shantel Wittstruck from Women On Ice shares a tasty recipe that can be enjoyed on a cold day of ice fishing. Here’s an easy recipe you can toss in the flask for a cold winter day. Yes, we know that alcohol doesn’t “warm you up” when it’s cold outside, so enjoy in moderation and use your head. This one is pretty straightforward folks! All you need is: – 6 c of apple cider – 2 c of your favorite whiskey – 2 Tbsp of honey – Optional – cinnamon sticks Heat it all up and kick back around a bonfire …

NEWS | Princeton Tec Handheld Torch Christmas Gift Ideas for Outdoor Enthusiasts

🕒 2-3 minute read The festive season is fast approaching and leading outdoor brand, Princeton Tec’s latest range of practical, lightweight and robust handheld torches will be a welcome addition to loved ones’ Christmas stockings – keeping them safe with reliable illumination on the move this winter.

CAMPING | 5 Simple Tips for Camping Without Trouble in Hot and Cold Weather

Sponsored Post If you like to camp in the evening, then you need to be prepared for most weather conditions. Even in the summer months, it can get quite chilly after the sun goes down. So for a great camping trip in any weather, what do you need to know in order to remain comfortable when camping?

NEWS | Be a Happy Camper with Fabsil’s Tent Care Tips

With tent sales up more than 70% on pre-COVID levels*, camping is looking like the holiday of choice for those opting for staycations, rather than heading abroad this year. You’ve got all the gear – your tent and camp furniture is all packed, but what is often overlooked is the importance of proofing and caring for your tent.