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    New Member copperhead's Avatar
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    Top quilt for north Georgia.

    Taking a two night trip to the big frog wilderness area in north Georgia in january. Ive got a zero degree HG underquilt, trying to decide on the zero degree top quilt or the twenty degree top quilt. The average lows that ive found are in the low twenties. Anyone have any info on that area in january? What quilt would you go with?

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    If you don't have a wind sock or some type of covered hammock, I would carry the ZERO/ZERO comb.

    January in North GA could be from 0 degrees to 60 degrees at any given time, and sometimes in the same day...

    You can always stick your feet out and vent the UQ if you get too hot.

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    I would just bring the zero degree. I've had my coldest days in Jan/Feb here.
    Once in a while you get shown the light in the strangest places if you look at it right.

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    Thanks for the feed back.

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