Tent pitch in the Lake District and a walk up Great Gable

I love the Lake District and I haven’t been back to Borrowdale since helping film Best Walks With A View for ITV. The weather was pretty warm and bright so we decided to head up Great Gable. Standing at 899m, it’s not the tallest in the Lakes, however the incline is pretty high as you are starting at about 120 meters.

When looking for gear I want something lightweight and compact so that it takes as little space as possible in the van whilst not adding too much weight as we are travelling a lot of miles, so every little helps. These products were gifted from Robens for me to test out in a variety of situations. To find out more about the featured items check out the links below.

Robens Challengers 2 Tent – a great two person tent which I am looking forward to taking out with my partner on the hills!

Available here. £199.99

Traveler Chair – to be honest I was a bit sceptical about how comfortable this would be but wow I was surprised and impressed. For a light piece of kit this is easy to take with you on all adventures.

Available here: £23.99

Adventure Aluminium Table Small – a nifty table which is sturdy, quick and easy to put up and away.

Available here. £44.99

Ambleside C66 Walking Poles – some of the lightest poles on the market and always attached to a rucksack on a walk.

Available here. £92.99

Leaf Flask 0.7l Ocean – a really great sized water bottle with useful hoop and fits in side pocket of rucksack easily.

Available here. £8.99

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