Cape Wrath light house and the end of the Scottish National Trail. This picture was taken during my Cape Wrath Trail walk in 2017.
January so far has been pretty damp and grey, so when we spotted a break in the weather we couldn’t resist. Sunny, blue skies and […]
Keswick to Scale Force circuit In the 3 days leading up to New Year 2020, I went wild camping and gear testing with my 17 […]
This is a review of the Ulefone Armor 3W for hiking and wild camping in the UK.
This is a review of 5 tents that I’ve used for stealth wild camping. Most have been on long distance hiking trips and I’ve slept in for many nights consecutively.
I have been using Ordnance Survey’s Memory Map GPS Navigation Software for over 10 years. Initially the mapping was loaded on my computer, which I […]
The 37-mile Boudicca Way trail is in South Norfolk (our home county). It runs roughly parallel with the A140 (itself a Roman road) between Norwich […]
EDZ is an independent specialist clothing brand based in Cumbria, and they’ve been making performance outdoor clothing since 1995. My first experience of EDZ clothing […]
-9C to +20C possible April to May 2020 (*Extras carried 1st 2 weeks while walking with my family*) CATEGORY ITEM WEIGHT Rucksack AtomPacks […]
This is a review of EDZ merino wool briefs. They were brand new and untested before my February to April 2019, 1200 mile wild camping […]
I am reviewing Darn Tough and Teko socks, which I used on my 1,200 mile Land’s End to John O’Groats and 3 Peaks walk. During […]