Just back from two nights camping in a blizzard. It occurs to me that I learn something new every trip. I won't lie, part of me wants others to suffer as they learn, just like I did (20 year old K-Mart sleeping bag, tent pitched in a wind tunnel etc...), but a fractionally larger part of me wants to pass on some knowledge. So, aside from "don't", what's one thing you've learned camping in the snow? I'll start. 1. Take a piss bottle. And the best piss bottle in the world is the Nalgene 48oz wide mouth (ahem...) cantene https://nalgene.com/product/48oz-nalgene-cantene/ You don't want to have to get out of your tent at night to piss. This Nalgene weighs next to nothing and has amble room for 2 x 'camp draft horse strength' gypsy's kisses, python siphons/blue vein drains/hit and misses or cat's hisses.