Camping doesn’t have to become a massive expedition. Camping in the forest, wherever you are needn’t take your whole weekend, if it does, great…
So 2022 is looking like a great year for kit innovation and provided the country(ies) stays open, it will be a full year of adventures.
Just a little note: I pitched this slightly differently than how Robens recommend. See their video here. So in this video I test out the Robens Trace Hammock from the 2022 range, whilst at the Wilderness Gathering, a bushcraft festival in Wiltshire based at the Bush Farm Bison Centre! It is a festival for thoseContinue reading “Robens Trace Hammock at the Wilderness Gathering”
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 youContinue reading “Tent pitch in the Lake District and a walk up Great Gable”
During lockdown 1 I obviously couldn’t go camping up in the mountains so my back garden was the perfect location for an overnight camp and morning yoga.
Testing out the Robens Pilgrim Chair, Fire Bug Stove Titanium and the Frontier Cook Set M.
I had the pleasure of testing out the Robens Elk River 1 tent on the shores of Coniston Water in the Lake District between lockdowns in 2020.
It’s -3 and I decided to camp in the garden.
A couple of my thoughts about why camping is good for the soul.
Here is a short piece about why I love the Lake District!