Rock climbing equipment

Climbing is a fantastic sport.  It’s an adrenaline rushed extreme sport, which requires nerves of steel, experience and fantastic technique.  Of course, you cannot start out with experience and great technique.  These are skills that you will develop over many years of participation in the sport, and you will pick them up faster if you can learn from someone who already has these skills.  This article is therefore aimed at those who are new to the sport.  However, experts may also be able to learn some things as well.  I will discuss rope climbing equipment, the best places to get it, and why you need it so much. Continue reading “Rock climbing equipment” »

Best pop up tents

Pop up tents are becoming increasingly popular, with the growing demand for camping in general, and fast and easy camping to be precise.  People want to be able to go to a camping site, which they now expect to have a swimming pool, tennis courts, and more activities, and set up straight away with no hassle.  The best pop up tents will allow you to fulfil this goal. Continue reading “Best pop up tents” »

Rock climbing equipment list

So, what is a good rock climbing equipment list?  This is a question that I am often asked.  It is quite a hard question to answer however, as depending on who you are, i.e. how experienced you are in the rock climbing profession, and also what you are climbing, because different climbs will be of different difficulties, and therefore, will require different equipment. Continue reading “Rock climbing equipment list” »

Wild camping lake district

If you like a bit of peace and quiet, wild camping in the lake district can be a wonderful experience, especially in mid summer when you can relax and take it easy, enjoying the summer sun “if you hit it lucky” in beautiful tranquil settings. There are loads of different locations to choose from. One particularly nice spot would be Blake Fell in the Western Lake District. It can be accessed either from Loweswater Village on the Corga Moss reservoir. The views from Blake Fell are absolutely breath taking, over the other western fells. Another favourite location would be Sprinkling Tarn, whilst the easiest route would be via Sty Head or Grains Gill. It can also be accessed from Seathwaite via Stockly Bridge. Continue reading “Wild camping lake district” »