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    Apr 11, 2010, 10:29 AM
    Heating a Tent
    Need some advice about heating a tent.

    I've been camping lots of times before but find in the nights, it gets bitterly cold.
    I have a well insulated tent, air mattress to keep me off the floor, high quality sleeping bag and use covers for added heat but still too cold for proper sleep.

    I need something that I can turn on for a little while during the night to create some warmth, perhaps battery operated, gas or solar and needs to be portable and lightweight!

    Any ideas? :confused:
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    tickle Posts: 23,796, Reputation: 2674

    Apr 11, 2010, 11:23 AM

    Here is a good website about options for heating a tent safely. I have done a lot of camping over the years and always my best option was two very large dogs !

    Hope you get something safe out of this website !

    Heating Your Tent - OutdoorPlaces.Com

    Ms tick

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