Light the fire the right way. The Silent Beacon is the only personal security device that allows you to choose the number you want to call and the only number on the market with no monthly fees. We also offer a 30-day money-back guarantee. If you're not satisfied with the Silent Beacon, simply return it within 30 days for a full refund.
Look at your environment Always use designated chimneys. Fires should only be ignited in clear areas, both above and around the fire. Keep the fire at least 3 meters away from your tent and ensure that your camping equipment, especially flammable items such as sprays, gas bottles and fuel canisters, are properly stored. If you've ever watched the movie 127 Hours, you know what can happen if you don't tell anyone where you're going when you go out.
For people who haven't seen the film, we can assure you that the final result is not pretty. Finally, when backpacking, be sure to set up your campsite so that the sleeping area is at least 200 feet (60 m) from your kitchen. That way, if a hungry bear sneaks through your kitchen looking for a sample of your camping meals, it won't run into your tent. On every camping trip, you should come prepared with more than enough equipment to ensure you have a comfortable outdoor experience.
In fact, camping without proper rain gear can cause a dangerous condition known as hypothermia, especially if you get wet and can't warm up again. If you have chosen to camp in a caravan, make sure that your equipment and other trailer appliances are included in your policy, in case they are damaged or stolen.