Guide leads the way
Forest parks usually have a large area, and there are often no obvious markers in the forest. Therefore, when you enter the forest, you must go together, and ask the guide to lead the way, and don’t go too deep into the forest. Pay attention to some natural landmarks on the roadside when crossing the forest, such as old trees, springs, rivers, and strange rocks. In case you get lost, don’t panic, you can follow these signs to slowly return to the past.
The campsite should be located in a dry, flat place with a wide view, with access roads up and down, sheltered from wind and drainage, and convenient for water intake.
There are six taboos: not in the middle of the canyon, avoid mountain torrents; not near the water, avoid rising water; not under cliffs, avoid falling rocks; not in high convex places, avoid strong winds; not under independent trees, avoid Electric shock; do not in the grass or bushes, avoid snakes and insects.
The entrance of the tent should be leeward and away from the hillside with rolling stones; a drainage ditch should be dug directly below the edge of the roof (in the past, after the tent was set up, the ditch could be dug around. Now, we must stand in the position of protecting nature. Unless it is in a puddle, no trenches will be dug) to avoid flooding the tent when it rains;
The four corners of the tent should be held down with big rocks; air circulation should be maintained in the tent, and fire should be prevented when cooking in the tent; before going to bed, carefully check whether all flames have been extinguished and whether the tent is firmly fixed.
The tents should be set up in sequence: first set up a public tent. At the downwind of the camp, set up a cooking tent, build a stove, and boil a pot of water, and then build a warehouse tent for storing public equipment and their respective camping tents upwind. When the tents of the entire camp are set up, the boiling water has been boiled, and you can drink and start cooking immediately.
Choose to be a little lower at the leeward of the camp and away from the river (at least 20 meters away). It is best to dig a rectangular pit with a width of about 30 cm, a length of about 50 cm, and a depth of about half a meter, and put some stones and cedar leaves in it (to eliminate odors). Wrap three sides with plastic sheeting or packing boxes, and fix them, and the opening side should be leeward. Prepare some sand, a shovel and a piece of cardboard. After going to the toilet, use some sand to bury the excrement and toilet paper, and use a board to cover the toilet to eliminate odor.
Set up a more obvious sign outside the toilet so that others can see if someone is using it from a distance. At the end of the camping, bury the pit with sand, mark it, and tell other people who participated in the field activities.