Hot during the day and freezing cold as soon as it gets dark: temperatures can drop quickly at high altitudes. A good sleeping bag will protect you from any sudden fluctuations. Follow the guide from Snowleader!
If you are setting off on a multi-day hike to spend a few nights in a tent or under the stars, you will need to stay rested. You should therefore choose a sleeping bag that can keep you warm and comfortable. The down should provide sufficient thermal insulation and protection to regulate the temperature of your body overnight. To help you find the right hiking sleeping bag for each season, we have provided the comfortable and extreme temperatures for each model.
Some 4-season models offer different levels of thermal protection by adding or removing one or more parts of the sleeping bag. For milder nights or stays in a shelter, a simple sleeping bag liner will do the trick. Made from comfortable and hygienic silk or cotton, they can also be used inside hiking sleeping bags to improve their thermal performance.