There are very many ways you can set a up a tarp. In this blog post we're going to demonstrate just three of them - the classic A-frame, the more open version of the A-frame and using your tart as a tent raincover.
I recently hiked to a lovely stretch of isolated beach and made these photos to show you how you can easily use your tarp as a sun shade on the beach. The day I made these images was very windy. It takes a bit of time (10-15 minutes perhaps) to set it up but a large or a small tarp provides excellent protection from the sun in case you need it.
Setting up a tarp using hiking poles can seem a bit complicated in the beginning but it actually quite easy when you get the hang of it. Here are step-by-step instructions with pictures and some videos to help you manage guidelines and stakes.
We LOVE sitting by a campfire and sometimes you really need a fire - to dry your clothes or keep warm. It's actually easy to make a fire if you know how to do it. Watch this quick video or follow the photos and instructions below.
Even if countries will open their borders, many people will probably not rush to travel to cities and crowded tourism destinations. We think it's the perfect time to explore the outdoors and start hiking locally.
Moon & Honey Travel is an awesome travel blog that we've been following. It's run by Kati and Sabrina and we had the chance to ask Sabrina some questions about their experiences as travellers. We hope you enjoy this interview and check out the links for some amazing hiking destinations and ideas. The World won't be in lockdown permamently. We plan to get out there and hike as soon as it's possible. All the brilliant photographs in this post are made by Kati and Sabrina.
Tokyo is a huge metropolitan city but it is fairly easy to navigate and the public transport network is one of the best in the world. Here are some tips and advice for travellers to Tokyo.
Hiking is generally a safe activity. But there are some risks that you should be aware of to stay safe and comfortable.
If you’re thinking about hiking and want to be prepared, safe and comfortable, it’s important to distinguish fact from fiction. Here are 5 most common myths about hiking that just aren’t true.
There’s something about being on a journey on foot (or on a bike, or in a sailboat), that works for your benefit in a spiritual way.