You’ve had a look at our website and share the vision. You have decided that you want to have a dabble at four season wild camping. However, you’re on a budget. Is it possible to become a seriously feisty wild camper and only spend a £100? We would answer with a resounding “YES.”
Before deciding to shell out a whole world of cash on camping kit, it is worth doing a little background research first. What are you going to be doing? Who with? How much do you value comfort over lightweight? This article will guide you through the process and save you some serious dosh
Ultralight camping is a theme that has been a driving force in equipment design. Tents and backpacks are becoming ever lighter. However does lightweight mean rampantly expensive? This article explores the concept of lightweight camping and gives practical advice on how you can shed a pound… or ten
If you want to go wild camping and check where you stand legally have a look at this article. We briefly explore what the law says so you know what you can/can’t do and where you can legally camp.
Char cloth is an incredibly flammable material that will catch a spark and ignite very easily. It is a cracking way to generate a fire. This article looks at how to make such an amazing- and lightweight- material
Fly fishing is traditionally thought of as a rather elitist hobby practiced by people who have their own estates. It is no more elitist than supping a fine single malt from a hip flask. In fact we would argue that there is nothing more manly than camping, catching your own salmon, and cooking it.
On many camping trips we can’t physically carry enough water with us so we rely on replenishing our stocks from rivers. Any water you collect needs to be treated to prevent illness. This article explores the different treatment methods available to you and their strengths and limitations.