Heading into the backcountry requires some survival knowledge and attention to safety. You can’t plan for everything you might experience on a backpacking trip but you can prepare yourself with quality gear and enough knowledge to spot dangerous situations.
There are some great places to go in B.C. where you can take your horse camping with you. Many of them are listed on the Horse Council BC Online Trail Guide. Some require you and your horses to be familiar with hobbling and high-lining, but here's a list of camp sites that have corrals.
Before you head out to that campsite, consider making a camping checklist that you can use every time you’re getting ready for your next adventure. A little advanced planning will make your camping trip safer, more comfortable and more enjoyable. You can use the list over and over
Waterproof breathable fabrics work to keep you and your layering system dry while allowing perspiration to exit during exertion. Waterproof breathables typically offered in 2-3 layer fabrics, all of which are all built upon the same principle
Let's answer a few questions on how to waterproof horse blankets and determine how often they need to be re-waterproofed? No blanket stays waterproof forever and after it’s been well used for a few years, the waterproofing will wear off. You’ll know it’s time when you notice wetness along the