Whether it’s on a beach, in the back garden or out in the woods there aren’t many people who can turn down a lounge in a hammock. The ENO Sub 6 Hammock is designed to be a lightweight and east to use hammock for while out and about in the woods either as a sleep system, or for just relaxing. I’ve had mine for over five years now so long enough to know it’s capable of surviving a good amount of use.
There’s a unique thrill that accompanies planning a hiking trip, especially when it involves conquering bucket list mountains and exploring awe-inspiring routes. As you dive into the world of trip preparation, the anticipation builds, particularly when you find yourself glued to webcams, almost daily tracking the snow as it recedes from the mountains. The hope of timely snowmelt, opening up trails for your adventure, adds an extra layer of excitement. In this blog post, I’m introducing Project quite likely.
If you’re in the market for a high-quality mirrorless camera, the Fujifilm X-T4 and X-T5 are two models that you should consider. These cameras are known for their advanced features, compact size, and high-quality image output. In this blog post, we’ll compare the Fujifilm X-T4 and X-T5, focusing on the differences in weight and resolution and how these factors can impact your photography, particularly for hiking and adventures.
When getting ready to hike with small children, the first thing you’ll need to look for is a child carrier, and loving the outdoors as I do, this was actually the first baby related item I bought prior to the arrival of our first child (something my wife always likes to remind me of!). On the advice of a good friend I bought the Osprey Poco AG premium, which I’ve had now for nearly 3 years, so time for a review.
I recently managed to get out for a weekend trip to Snowdonia with a friend of mine to get in a bit of a winter hike up Snowdon and also get my first experience of trad climbing in what can only be described as typically Welsh weather!
If you want to do any photography outside a studio, you’ll need a bag, and if you’re heading out for long periods of time or hiking with your camera it’s an important bit of kit. On longer trips, it’s not only going to carry your camera gear but also other essentials, food, water etc. I’ve had the Lowepro Flipside Sport (20L) for a few years now, so this is more of a long term review, but at least that means its thoroughly tested.