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Fresh Snow, Mount Hotham. By Malin and Carol

September 30, 2020

Fresh Snow, Mount Hotham. By Malin and Carol

Heading up Hotham we couldn’t believe two things. 1. We were allowed out to camp after having the Mont Dragonfly Tent during a month of corona lockdown restrictions and unable to try it. 2. That we made it up and over Hotham given how much snow there was... and low!

Mont Dragonfly Tent, Mount Hotham. By Carol Binder

Mont Dragonfly Tent, Mount Hotham. By Carol Binder

We set up during a snow lull and popped our Warmlite Boxfoot 750 sleeping bags inside. Off we went until dark with our Petzl Actik head lamps snowshoeing all the way to Dinner Plain and to explore our local surrounds.

A fire and dinner in the hut on return, we couldn’t stop smiling. We had snow camped once before... and froze... just not the right equipment back then unfortunately, but this time we were absolutely warm, tent handled the fresh snowfall and set up/pack up was a dream. Plus were were dry and no fly flapping!

Thanks for having the technology to supply “the best” equipment Mont. It was one of the best experiences and we cannot wait to stretch our legs and push ourselves a little further next trip!

Words by Malin Gungl
Bright, Victoria
@malin_gungl

Photos by Carol Binder
@carol.binder.73

Warm in Mont Warmlite Boxfoot 750 sleeping bags, Mount Hotham. By Carol Binder

Snowcamping Mount Hotham Victoria

Mont Dragonfly Tent, Mount Hotham. By Carol Binder

Shop Dragonfly Tent

The Dragonfly is a robust all-season shelter for 2 or even 3 campers. Rated to withstand severe winter conditions but built with outstanding ventilation control, the Dragonfly is at home traversing alpine peaks in winter and all-weather camping in Spring, Summer and Autumn.

Shop Warmlite Sleeping Bags

Made with a 100% recycled Hydronaute XT-R Shell and a 100% recycled silk-touch Nylon lining. Available in Standard, Women's & Extra-Large Sizes. The Warmlite XT-R Boxfoot 750 is appropriate for temperatures of -9°C to -14°C.

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