The August issue of XSport Magazine features a short 2-page piece I put together on the logistics of stealth camping.
For those who don’t know, “stealth camping” refers to the act of quietly finding a place away from people where you can camp for the night and then quickly slip away in the morning without being detected. It’s about creating a private campground of your own, located anywhere you please, remaining hidden at all times, and leaving no trace of your existence after your departure from the site.
I’ve been told that stealth camping is not for everyone, but I believe that those who dare to try it will find it both challenging and extremely rewarding.
If you’re new to wilderness adventure, stealth camping may take a little getting used to. It’s illegal in many places around the world, encouraged in others, and simply frowned upon in most. If you’re afraid of Bigfoot, bears, or encounters with police, then stealth camping may not be for you. But for those brave enough to give it a try, it’s an incredible way of spending your nights while out on the road.
Visit the link below to download your free copy of XSport Magazine (my article on stealth camping starts on page 16):