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    May 23, 2023 1 min read

    In contrast to the frontcountry, the "backcountry" refers to more remote and less accessible areas, typically requiring longer hikes or backpacking trips to reach. Backcountry areas often lack the same level of infrastructure and amenities found in the frontcountry, and visitors may need to rely on their own resources and skills for navigation, camping, and survival.

    The frontcountry is popular among individuals and families who prefer a more convenient and comfortable outdoor experience, as it provides easier access to nature while still offering some basic facilities and services. It's a great option for those who enjoy day trips, car camping, or short hikes, and may be a good starting point for those new to outdoor activities before venturing into more rugged and isolated backcountry areas.