How to pack for an RV trip

Pack Your Things! A Guide to #SkiTheNorth

Rob Heule’s How-to Guide to RV Living.

The Things You’ll Need For a Month On The Road!

So by now we hope you’ve caught the latest release, Ski The North, featuring FT’s Rob Heule. No? THEN LOOK UP!

Done? Great. Wasn’t that good? We agree.

Now you’re wondering, well…how do I do that?

Good news is we spoke with Rob and he’s compiled of all the gear you’d need to go on your own Northern adventure next season.

Read up and get out there!

How to pack for an RV trip

  1. Scoop shovels: Cover up the concrete you’ll be skiing over faster and more efficiently!

  2. Yoga Mat & Foam Roller: Stay loose and limber after you fall down concrete stairs everyday for a month straight.

  3. Work lights & extension cords: For skiing at night, where you’re not supposed to during the day.

  4. Sleeping Bags: Because sleeping in an R.V. in February is not the warmest thing to do.

  5. Safety Mack Jones: Need someone to direct traffic when you’re landing off a handrail into a busy street? Mack is your guy, and he’ll do it as politely as possible with a smile on his face!

  6. Winter boots: Keep your toes warm! If you sweat, you die… Our Full tilt boots get pretty sweaty after a day of skiing, so it’s nice to have a change of footwear.

  7. Propane Torch: Ever tried building a jump out of snow that fell over a month ago, and has frozen and thawed countless times? So have we, and the heat from a propane torch makes the process a whole lot easier.

  8. Helmets: Safety first kids!

  9. Video & Photo Cameras: From digital to analog we shot it all. HD, Super 8, JPEG, & 35mm film. Documenting ski stunts with different forms of media.

  10. Water & Gasoline: Keep yourself, and your R.V. hydrated!

  11. Collapsable lawn chair: Press record from the comfort of your chair (when it’s -30 degrees)

  12. Assortment of Line Skis: Blends, Bacons, and Chronics. Skis for all conditions you might encounter on the road to the Yukon.

  13. First Aid Kit: Never know when you’ll get an unexpected BooBoo and need a Band-Aid.

  14. Bungee: Speed maker for smaller spaces where the winch is not a feasible option

  15. Winch: How do you generate speed on flat ground, and ski entirely too fast into street features? You guessed it: A gas powered winch.

  16. Steel Shovels: Essential for breaking up, and shoveling snow that may not exactly classify as fresh pow.