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The Beast’s Tip of the Week – Rep...

We love our little Garmin 110 GPS watch. So much in fact that it’s recently clocked 4000km of use, but not before the strap gave in. Unfortunate...

The Beast’s Tip of the Week – Hydration B...

These can be so handy on a hot day, no need to stop to take a drink, but they get scummy and manky without proper care. There’s a few really sim...

Five Things – Tinder For Real Fires

If you’ve got a wood burning stove then here’s some ideas of how to get it lit. Tinder is basically anything that will catch fire – ...

Five Things – Fuels for Wood Burning Campin...

If you’ve read our recent review of alternative stoves, here are some ideas of what you can actually burn in those stoves. It should go without ...

5 Things – Alternative Camping Cookers

With the wild camping season kicking off, unless you’re into winter wild camping, there’s always more options than just your common or gar...

Hill Walking A – Z Part 4

Here’s part 4 of our A-Z of hill walking, with a distinctly Snowdonian feel. S is for Scotch Egg – the food of kings. Any food that rolls has...

Hill Walking A – Z Part 3

Here’s part 3 of our A-Z of hill walking, with a distinctly Snowdonian, and ranty, feel. M is for Mount. What should only precede Snowdon if you...

Some Snowdonia Astrophotography

We’ve all see those impressive shots of the Milky Way with a suitably spectacular foreground and probably wished you could take a similar photo....

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Classic Kit – Snow Peak Titanium Mug Long Term Review

Classic Kit – Snow Peak Titanium Mug Long Te...

I’ve had the Snow Peak Titanium Mug for years. It was an expensive bit of kit when I bought it, anything up to s...

Trek’n Eat – Dehydrated Chocolate Mousse and Vanilla Rice Pudding Review

Trek’n Eat – Dehydrated Chocolate Mousse and V...

I’ve usually got a sweet tooth on a wild camp, and while instant custard with a lump of chocolate might be OK, you...

Primus ETA Lite Stove with Coffee Press Review

Primus ETA Lite Stove with Coffee Press Review

The Primus Eta Lite with Coffee Press is an all in one stove featuring a high efficiency Laminar Flow Burner Technology,...

The North Face Light Long Sleeve Crew Neck Trail Running Top Review

The North Face Light Long Sleeve Crew Neck Trail R...

Running tops are often much of a muchness. They’re usually a bit too tight, too loose, not long enough or seriously ch...

Esbit Pocket Mini Folding Stove Review

Esbit Pocket Mini Folding Stove Review

The Esbit Pocket Mini Folding Stove is a tiny cooking solution that really does fit in a pocket, fuel and all. It’...

Nathan Lock Laces Review

Nathan Lock Laces Review

I’m always finding that the laces on my Merrel Sonic Gloves don’t stay tied, especially in the wet, and was ...

Astronaut Ice Cream Review

Astronaut Ice Cream Review

This is as gimmicky a product as you can get we reckon, but good for a laugh on a wild camp at least so we took the punt...

Esbit Ultralight Titanium Stove Review

Esbit Ultralight Titanium Stove Review

There’s always a competition for the lightest, cheapest and smallest – but as the saying goes you can choose 2 out o...