I've been wandering on how-to start my Alaskan adventure and there's a big chance i'll first have to relia on a tent, probably a artic oven tent. My expierience with camping outdoors isn't comparable with the camping in the alaskan outdoors, since the netherlands doesn't have any predators around. So some advice on camping in the Alaskan outdoors will be great!
My plan would be to purchase some affordable, remote property for building a small, but reliable cabin for winter time. Before this will be created, and livable, there will be several months i need to camp next to it. It would be dumb to get myself in trouble in this period, so some solid and safe advice couldn't hurt!
The region im considering(i've found land), is approximately 200feet south of Anchorage, close to kenny lake. If this is a dumb decision, just say so!, but i'll prefer some feedback why this isnt the smartest region, plan or start-off, so i know where to look next, update my plan, and so on.