Subzero Camping in November Grand Teton Bridger-Teton Frozen Ground

I take you out for a cold camp in northern Idaho in late November. It was quite cold, -12ºF (-24ºC). My Western Mountaineering Puma bag is rated to -25ºF (-32º C) and I was toasty warm. The ground at my camp was frozen solid. I couldn’t drive tent stakes in. I had to use rocks to hold down my skis and snowshoes.

Enjoy my short film.

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