Wild Camp: Hang time! South Downs Wild Camp

The South Downs National Park is relatively easy to get to from where I live, but it definitely does not count as a wild location, being mostly cultivated land and quite heavily populated. I have wild camped in the park twice, and on this first occasion I was trying out Continue Reading

Wild Camp: High Willhays – Dartmoor National Park

Not every wild camp trip needs to be an epic. This trip was a good example of that. My wife enjoys going wild camping, but it should mainly be about having a relaxing time rather than 15 mile days. This circuit, from Meldon Resevoir taking in Yes Tor, High Willhays Continue Reading

Wild Camp: Isle of Arran – Brodick to Lochranza

I don’t normally go to Scotland in the summer. Those of you familiar with Scotland will know why – midges! In case you think they are just a bit of an annoyance, I can assure you they are far far worse than that, especially if you are camping. However in Continue Reading

Wild Camp: Cadair Idris, Snowdonia National Park

In March 2019, my friend Rob and I drove to Snowdonia to attempt to summit Cadair Idris and camp wild somewhere nearby. Whenever Rob and I have been out together, we always carefully check the weather for the days before. On this occasion, it really wasn’t looking positive at all Continue Reading