How to Pitch a Tent like a Professional

In this day and age, everyone is seeking to break the wearisome routines. For outdoor enthusiasts, camping can be the best choice to do so. But be prepared with a roof to keep you safe and stress-free during the camping. Camping tents is one of the most essential travel gear for the following reasons:

  • Protection from outside weather
  • Helpful for a sound sleep
  • Safety from insects and other creatures outside 
  • Offers Privacy
  • A stay close to nature

Though not impossible, it is hard to endure camping without a camping tent. It not only keeps you safe but also your other travel essentials are secure inside it.

Before buying a camping tent, be heedful of the place of camping and other pre-requisites. There are different camping tent variants available in the market, however most common and widely used are the dome tents. The dome tent has a complex hoop structure, with 2 tent poles bent in half circle and crossed in middle. Campers and trekkers prefer dome tents for normal camping and in the mountains. Also, dome tents are cheaper in comparison to other kinds of camping tents. They do not have a flat structure hence dome tents can withstand high winds and rainfalls.


A Step-by-Step Guide for pitching a Tent from finding a spot to pitch

When you plan to go out for camping, check your tent’s condition and read the instructions provided on the manual to pitch it right. Also, do not try pitching the tent alone, unless you are camping solo. Now the question arises, where to pitch your tent? Well, it is suggested to find flat ground, leaving plenty of room around you.

Avoid pitching the tent on wet grounds, under a tree etc. Clear the area before you pitch the tent and use bushes for shelter. Here the steps for pitching your tent:

  1. Choose a suitable location independent of debris for pitching your tent.
  2. Place down your tent footprint & spread the ground sheet with tent properly.
  3. Locate the tent over the footprint with the doors facing away from the wind for optimal ventilation.
  4. Draft the poles and assemble them properly. Follow the guidance to connect the tent poles to the tent body. You may need to thread the poles through the sleeve or use clips on the tent body.
  5. Attach the fly per the tents instructions and guard it to the tent body or poles so that it covers the inner tent completely.
  6. Start at the corners and make the floor perimeter firm. Once the corners are staked out, attach stakes to other points to get a taut tent body and floor. Also use guy lines/cord with extra pegs or any nearby structure for extra stability.

Additional care is to be taken if pitching in windy areas, there are specific tents also available for the purpose that can withstand the effects of wind. These are self-supporting tents, if not hold you tent with proper pegs and ropes for stability and cover the tent body with the fly to secure its body from rain, wind and weather.

Hope all this information will be worth and make a difference during your next adventure trip. Do not forget to carry other camping essentials with you for an enjoyable experience.


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