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Wendy & Sean's Camping Checklist

2 Man Tent 2 Person Tent Cirrus 2 Cloud Up 1 Cloud Up 2 Cloud Up 3 NatureHike 2 Man Ultralight Silicone Tent sleeping bag sleeping bags

Wendy & Sean's Camping Checklist

Wendy & Sean's Camping Checklist When it comes to getting away from it all, throwing on a pack, rolling up your sleeping bag and stepping out into the wilderness, it can really ruin your trip when you forget toilet paper, your tent, camp stove, waterproof jacket, or can opener… and half your food is tinned. To help you out - Joe and I have put together a camping and hiking essentials checklist that we run through whenever we’re “Off to the Wild”. You may not need all the bits and pieces, all the time. But if you run through the...

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Have you seen the Wind Cloud camping hammock?

Have you seen the Wind Cloud camping hammock?

Because if you haven't, take a good look!  Affordable, lightweight, comfortable, waterproof, compact, robust...  Sounds pretty good right?  The NatureHike Wind Cloud Ultralight hammock is all of these things. Made with a combination of 20D and 40D SilNylon, it's lightweight at only 1.5kgs, rated to carry 100kgs, and waterproof to over 3000MM. It's also insect proof thanks to it's high density B3 insect mesh and fairly spacious with assembled dimensions of 2770mm (L) x 1450mm (W). So, it looks fairly cool but why would I take it camping?  Good question.  Do you live in Europe? Do you not like camping...

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Introducing the NatureHike Cirrus 2 Person Tent

Introducing the NatureHike Cirrus 2 Person Tent

NatureHike are really going from strength to strength at the moment - expanding their robust range of lightweight, waterproof hiking tents with the addition of the Cirrus 2 person tent. The NatureHike Cirrus 2 builds on the already successful design of the Cloud UP series of 1, 2 and 3 person tents with an even more premium feel. Where the Cloud UP series came with both a 210T polyester option and a 20D SilNylon, the Cirrus 2 only comes with a 20D SilNylon skin. It also has an additional 7001 Aluminium Alloy pole to expand the vestibule, providing additional storage space...

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Reviewing the NatureHike Compact Camping Stove

Reviewing the NatureHike Compact Camping Stove

Hi Guys,  At the weekend, Joe, Wendy and I shot off to Postbridge in Dartmoor National Park, for a bit of a short and sharp getaway - throw up the tents, roll out some sleeping bags and trek about in the great outdoors.  With a nice weather forecast and a very scenic location beside the River Dart, we had a grand old time.  But, enough about all that (check out Facebook, Instagram and all the other book/gram locations for photos). Today, I wanted to talk to you about our compact camping stove!  It's a great little burner! Compact, with folding...

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Reviewing the NatureHike Double Sleeping Bag

Reviewing the NatureHike Double Sleeping Bag

Hi Guys,  Couple of weeks ago, the All Four Outdoors crew set off for a weekend away at Snowdonia in Wales with a group of friends (check out the subsequent videos at Youtube).    While we were there, Wendy and I camped in the NatureHike 2 Man Ultralight Silicone Tent (which we've already reviewed here). What we slept in however was a totally different kettle of fish! With my friend Stephen borrowing my NatureHike D280 Down Filled Winter sleeping bag (which he loved), Wendy and I snuggled down in the NatureHike Double Sleeping Bag with an Ultralight bag thrown over the top....

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