Wild camping UK

With today’s hectic lifestyles it can be hard sometimes to relax, and take time just a little bit slower.  One way in which you can certainly do this is wild camping UK.  To get away for a few days to the UK wild for a spot of camping can be a truly breathtaking experience.  Places to camp are quite varied throughout the UK, so we will look at some of the areas from each of the regions in the united kingdom. Continue reading “Wild camping UK” »

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” »

Wild camping

While camping can be a really enjoyable experience, you’ll find the majority of campsites are overcrowded and maybe not just the same as they were a few years back. Some of the bigger site have become almost like Hotel complex’s, with loads of things to do, like swimming pools, tennis courts and the like, and lots of kids running about, which usually ends up a busy place with lots of noise. Continue reading “Wild camping” »