Autumn is coming, and before you know it, the first snowflakes are falling. The camper is cleaned, and each grain of sand of the last vacation meticulously swept out. What remains are beautiful memories, perhaps a tan line and the anticipation of the next season.
But hold on a minute. Even in winter, you can go camping. On the one hand, reddish-orange leaves, the morning frost, and forests dipped in the snow bring a charm of their own and let nature shine anew. On the other hand, the campsites that are overcrowded in the summer now offer more than enough space. We will show you the possibilities of winter camping, what makes winter camping unique, and what you should pay attention to.