/ Sleeping in the rescue box in coire an t-snechda
(I am a regular user but have chosen to post under a new account to avoid getting flamed...)
Unless I was desprate walking out would seem the better option to me.
Sleeping in a nice warm bed in Aviemore would seem like an even better one to me!
the MR team would have to carry all the kit out, dry it off, check it and carry it all back in again. on a spare day.
One presumes the op is talking about an emergency situation,
Perhaps there could be a case for modifying these boxes to have a foldable compartment for shelter, without emptying the contents, but only in truly remote locations.
There is just about room to get a person into the CIC hut equipment compartment which is open, without putting all the gear outside , but again in an emergency, not just for laziness.
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