A spontaneous weekend trip with friends to a small mountain lake in Austria showed us the spectacular landscape of the Silvretta area. The Zeinissee, a lake on almost 2000 meter, offers a camping area to stay overnight with our van. Autumn is coming, with clouds and chills, but it gives the landscape a more dramatic atmosphere than plain sunshine. We accept the challenge to catch the feel with our photo- and video-cameras!
Once arrived a refreshing wind greets us from the lakes and makes us huddle into our CozyBags. These sleeping bags with arms allows us to walk around, read, eat and crawl right into the van to sleep.
We explore the surroundings and another little lake nearby, shoot a lot of pictures and plan our tour for the next day. We’re going to get up very early and expect a cold morning, but that won’t bother us. We know we can walk in our CozyBags straight to the loo, stay warm in them during breakfast and just need to take them off right before we set off on our tour.
Klar, ein Hüttenschlafsack ist ein Sack um in Hütten zu schlafen. Aber was zählt als Hüttenschlafsack? Das erklären wir hier in diesem Blogbeitrag.