Thanks. The only thing I came up with was illegal camping. The rest is good to know.
Rick <ra1@...> wrote:
john hill wrote:
In its simple form, it means camping where there is no campground, choosing a place to stop where neither people nor animals (that are used to going to established campgrounds to raid packs) are likely to find me. It has also been used to suggest camping where it is either illegal to be outside established campgrounds (Smokey Mountains NP) or on remote private property. It certainly means camping without leaving a trace. In places where animals are a nuisance to campers, it often means cooking supper on the trail and then walking several more miles before choosing a place to hang my hammock for sleeping. To the best of my knowledge, the first place I saw the term in print was Ray Jardine's "Beyond Backpacking."
Ok, I give up. What's stealth camping?
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