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UKH Review – Fjallraven Kaipak 58 Rucksack

UKH Review – Fjallraven Kaipak 58 Rucksack

UKH Review – Fjallraven Kaipak 58 Rucksack Review During this summer I have been trying out the the Fjallraven Kaipak 58 rucksack in the mountains and forests here for our work with UKHillwalking.com There is enough padding on the waist and shoulders for them not to be

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Private Expedition Training in North Wales

Private Expedition Training in North Wales

Private Expedition Training with Mike and Wayne In the winter of 2016 I was contacted by a gentleman (Mike) who was enquiring about the possibility of some bespoke private training. Funnily enough, Mike had found us through the review of the Katadyn Gravity Camp Water Filter we

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UKH Review – Mammut Ayako High GTX Boot

UKH Review – Mammut Ayako High GTX Boot

Mammut Ayako High GTX Boot Review A hillwalking boot that performs well on the rocks I have been using the Mammut Ayako High GTX boots for a few months and they are sticking equally well to rock and to mud. The full review is on the UKHillwalking.com

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Wild Camping in Snowdonia during a storm!

Wild Camping in Snowdonia during a storm!

Wild Camping in Snowdonia Wind, rain and a microadventure in Snowdonia Rhian and I head off one evening for a wild camp on the side of Moel Siabod in northern Snowdonia

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How to put together a first aid kit for the outdoors

How to put together a first aid kit for the outdoors

How to put together a first aid kit outdoors Wilderness personal medical kits How do you put a first aid kit together for the outdoors? Or a bushcraft first aid kit? Are first aid kits for mountain biking different to ones for kayaking? Carrying a first aid

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UKH Review – MSR TrailShot Microfilter

UKH Review – MSR TrailShot Microfilter

MSR TrailShot MicroFilter Review Compact pump microfilter for fast-and-light travel It looks like a medical appliance and promises impressive performance – how does it hold up in the field? I reviewed it for UKHillwalking.com, and you can read the full review here.

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UKH Review – MSR Access 2 Tent

UKH Review – MSR Access 2 Tent

MSR Access 2 Tent Review Lightweight 4-Season Backcountry tent The MSR Access 2 tent is lightweight, innovative and comes with a lot fo features – but is it worth that hefty pricetag? I reviewed it for UKHillwalking.com, and you can read the full review here. The video

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Crib Goch – a realistic view!

Crib Goch – a realistic view!
Crib Goch - A realistic view Scrambling on Crib Goch with a GoPro The knife-edge ridge of Crib Goch is a legendary route in the mountains of Snowdonia - and for good reason. In parts it really is less than a metre wide and with a dropRead more...

REVIEW: Snugpak ML6 Softie Smock

REVIEW: Snugpak ML6 Softie Smock
Snugpak Venture ML6 Softie Smock Review A thermal overlayer from a British manfacturer I'm always a little wary over equipment marketed for 'outdoor professionals'. It is normally shorthand for "here is something we already sell, but with patches on the knees and oh, it's also now 20%Read more...

REVIEW: Fortis SAS Waterproof Smock

REVIEW: Fortis SAS Waterproof Smock
Fortis SAS Waterproof Smock Review A tough waterproof based on a classic design I like this coat. I wear it pretty much every week and it has been deep into the mountains, dragged through forests and buried under piles of kit. But it has some serious issues...Read more...
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