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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 camp in the woods – a time lapse tale!

How to camp in the woods – a time lapse tale!

How to camp in the woods Setting up tarps and living by firelight with Kevin Field In this short time lapse bushcraft instructor Kevin and I set up two DD Hammocks 3mx3m tarps, light a fire between and settle down for the night in a simple woodland

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VIDEO: How to rig a tarp

VIDEO: How to rig a tarp

VIDEO: How to set up a tarp in the woods Simple rigging for a DD Hammocks tarp In a two part video I share how I set up my DD Hammocks 3m x 3m tarpaulin for wild camping and general camp use. It’s a quick, simple and

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Hunting for the Welsh Bigfoot

Hunting for the Welsh Bigfoot

Hunting for the Welsh Bigfoot with The Unexplainers About a year ago we were contacted by a production company producing a show for BBC Radio Wales to provide some training in tracking for the two presenters on a show called The Unexplainers. This isn’t too unusual for

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No.4 – Porth Llechog to Beaumaris

No.4  – Porth Llechog to Beaumaris

Microadventure No.4 Porth Llechog to Beaumaris It’s difficult to determine what constitutes a ‘microadventure’, particularly when your job involves wild camping, exploring mountains and rivers and enjoying trips into wet, muddy and remote places a few times a month at least. For me it is something out

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Ten Books for Adventure Inspiration

Ten Books for Adventure Inspiration

Ten books for Adventure Inspiration Sometimes you need a push. Something that will make you stand up and say “right, I’m off out for a bit”. Something that will change your ideas and make your feet itch. So many of my adventures, big and small, have begun

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Episode 6 – Climbing Mountains with Jason Rawles

Episode 6 – Climbing Mountains with Jason Rawles

Episode 6 A walk in the mountains of Snowdonia with Jason Rawles from JR Mountaineering For the sixth episode of the podcast we were joined by Jason Rawles, founder of JR Mountaineering for a winter walk and climb on Moel Siabod, one of the mountains of Snowdonia

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No.3 – Mosedale Bothy

No.3 – Mosedale Bothy

Microadventure No.3 A trip to Mosedale Bothy I am finding this microadventure thing tricky to write up. We have so much fun here with our courses and trips that it can be difficult to separate the ‘work’ from the ‘adventure’. The end of October normally marks the

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No.2 – A sunrise ascent of the Afon Conwy

No.2  – A sunrise ascent of the Afon Conwy

Microadventure No.2 – A sunrise Ascent of the Afon Conwy I hate early starts. My body, mind and spirit are suited to late nights and no sleep – being wrenched from my bed, sleeping bag or tent to go and do something in the wee small hours

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Urban exploration (as a country bumpkin)

Urban exploration (as a country bumpkin)

Urban Exploration (as a country bumpkin) Okay, so this might be a bit of a strange one but bear with me… I’m currently down in London (Brixton to be precise) visiting friends, having a few business meetings and mooching about in the free museums and other metropolitan

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