Dangerous Camping Places
People who spend time in nature cope better with stress, feel happier and have more self-esteem. There are many amazing places all over the world where you can camp for a few days, but adventurous people are always looking for more daring ways to add a thrill to their trip while sleeping outdoors. Setting up a tent on the side of a 4,000ft cliff face will suffice. So will literally hanging out in the mountains or camping while at sea. Underwater camping is not practical by any means but two people have proved it's possible. Make sure you have the right tent for camping.
Tree camping, Bavaria, Germany
This kind of camping takes treehouses to a whole new level. You are in a hammock-like tent that is suspended from a tree. You can only get to the tent by climbing a rope.
Underwater camping is not practical by any means but Chris Fietzer and Brian Wurster have proven it is not impossible. They set up their tent, fire pit, hammock and lounge chairs at the bottom of the sea in Guam.
Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Nevada and Arizona
In 2003, Lake Mead National Recreation Area ranked fourth on the list of the 10 most dangerous national parks, according to a survey by a park ranger group.
Students, designed a touring boat, inspired by old Polynesian outrigger canoes, combined with camping equipment as their BA thesis project.
Campers set up enough below the ground to provide shelter from the wind overnight and usually sleep in sleeping bags and bivy sacs, which provide more warmth than tents, zipped up above their heads, according to Planet D adventurers.
Monte Piana, Italian Alps
Every year extreme athletes and skilled high wire walkers head to Monte Piana, located in the Italian Alps, to do just that because of its accessible location.
Huckleberry Mountain, Glacier National Park
Sometimes in the spring, several hiking trails are closed for days due to the potential danger of encountering bears hunting for food.
Mount Everest Base Camp, Nepal
For comparison, the Mount Everest base camp medical clinic defines high altitude as elevations between 5,000 and 11,500 feet.
It’s very hot during the day and freezing cold at night.
A 4,000ft cliff
The Great Sail Peak on Canada’s Baffin Island may be the most dangerous campsite in the world.
Sahale Glacier Camp in Washington
Sahale Glacier is on the south slope of Sahale Mountain, North Cascades National Park. There is no camping at Cascade Pass, but the best camping place is close enough about 5.7 miles in and 7,600 feet high