Stealth camping is always a hot topic in bike touring, and our last episode got some great responses that deserve revisiting! On this episode, a take from law enforcement’s perspective, tips on how to stay clean with no facilities, and more on how to find a good spot.
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The Lab: Stealth Camping Revisited
Law enforcement perspective
Downside of stealth camping… no facilities to clean up in!
Techniques for finding spots
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