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.
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.
There are two main options to sleeping while hiking – bringing a tent or a tarp. One option is not better than the other. It’s important that you know the main differences between them.
There are more and more videos and blogs out there about "bushcraft". Many of them get a lot more views and likes than hiking videos. I’m hopeful that most people won’t feel the need to apply stone age methods in the 21st century world.
"Leaving no trace" is not difficult. It's a natural thing to do if you want to preserve the nature you're enjoying and protect the wildlife. Here's how to "Leave no trace" while hiking.
Pilots use checklists before take-off and so should you before you head out for a hiking trip. This way you will make sure you've packed everything you need to stay safe and comfortable in the outdoors. I’ve created a check-list for you. You can download the ultimate hiking gear check-list as a PDF.
Hiking isn't always easy. Learn how to deal with common problems like feeling cold or hot, mosquitos and a backpack that is too heavy.
The great thing about hiking though, is that going for a day hike or for a few days and staying in a tent or under a tarp is not very complicated. This blog will teach you all you need to know, to get out there, stay safe and stay comfortable.
I had always thought that sleeping in a tent would be incredibly uncomfortable and hikers must have issues with personal hygiene (no shower, no bathroom) – only to discover that actually you can stay safe and comfortable if you have the right clothes, the right gear and the right skills.