There are unique challenges to camping in the snow. But when you strip the experience down to its basics, you start to notice more familiar themes. Snow camping at its most fundamental is about taking your go-to crew into the elements and making a home from what you find there. It's a creative act, and it's a rewarding one.
None of this is news to freeskier Griffin Post. What he does—trekking into the backcountry to find the best mountains and gnarliest lines—is made possible by spending large amounts of time camping in the snow.