Who says camping needs to stop just because its winter?
We've already given you some of the coolest places to go camping in the world. Now, we've got some insane photos to get you stoked for winter camping.
OK, you will need to pack a little differently. It is snowing after all and temperatures can plummet at night to well below -30°C.
Venturing into the backcountry is not something to take lightly. We recommend going with a mountain guide the first few times until you're more experienced to venture out on your own.
However, if there's anything that will make you want to get out their and snowshoe your way into a snowy wilderness, it will be these photos...
Is there anywhere better in the world top hang a hammock? This view of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park is pretty stunning.
Swiss climber Ueli Steck is one of the world’s most accomplished and fastest mountaineers. Here he is cooking inside a tent with Don Bowie at the Annapurna Advance Basecamp in the Himalayas, Nepal.
Camping at the Sahale Glacier campsite is one of the many things you need to do before you die. The views are just spectacular.
It's perched on the Sahale Arm of the Cascade Pass in the North Cascades National Park, Washington. It may look remote but it's surprisingly accessible.
As far as cabin porn goes, this yurt is up there. The Silk Road in China was historically an important international trade route between China and the Mediterranean. It was named after the large quantities of silk carried along this path.
When it comes to camping, there's nothing better than a hand-prepared meal cooked over a roaring campfire.
In the depths of winter, temperatures regular dip below -30°C in Northern Ontario. It's home to a whole range of wildlife - from polar bears to moose. However, climate change appears to be hitting Ontario harder than most regions with temperatures rising faster than the global average.
How about watching the sun rise on the San José Volcano in Chile? You can camp in the backcountry of the Volcán Barva, but not Volcán Poás - it's last eruption was only in 2006. It wouldn't be so great to wake up to find your tent being carried away by a river of lava...
Camping in the backcountry in winter can be cold. Seriously cold. Make sure you come well equipped with a good tent (no skimping here), four season sleeping bag and lots of layers. Our friends over at Whitelines have got a good intro guide here.
This is about a secluded a campsite you are going to get. Just a kayak to reach civilisation? Yes please.
Come winter, Banff and Lake Louise are overrun with skiers and snowboarders from across the world. But that doesn't mean you can't find solitude somewhere. This glacial fed lake is the perfect spot for quiet away from the crowds.
This may just be the backcountry camping shot we've found so far. The warmth of the fire, glowing stars above and snow covered pine trees. Take us there now.
It's on everyone's bucket lists - to see the Aurora Borealis. Photographer Andy Keen journeyed into the Arctic wilderness in sledges, led by Norwegian Fjord horses. He was lucky enough to catch the lights in their full glory.
The Alpamayo in Peru is said to be one of the world's most beautiful ice faces. This shot was taken by a group of mountaineers of the high camp after their ascent in 2003.
Drive out into the wilderness, saddle up your backpack and snowshoe across to the Mammoth Lakes all year round campsite. It's a lot quieter this time of year - and some say the views are even better than during the summer months.