The Trossachs | A Snowy Weekend

It has become a little tradition of ours to break away for a few days early in the year, usually when the weather is still cold and miserable, to the Trossachs National Park. It is an area we usually avoid during the rest of our Scotland wanderings due to the newly appointed camping management zones…

Galloway 12/18 | Climbing Merrick

We awoke the next day to a pretty grey and blustery day, which always makes it feel even cosier, tucked up in the van! Our plan for the day was to climb Merrick, changeable weather (including some snow) had been forecast but we thought we would give it a go anyway and turn back if…

Galloway 12/18 |Arrival and Exploring Kirroughtree

It was grey and rainy leaving the Lakes, we had intended to make our way up the night before but a pretty awful storm was blowing through. The lashing rain and gale force winds kept us at home for another evening, leaving the next day instead. A good decision because after leaving in the rain,…

Denmark 4 | The Wadden Sea & Trees for Hammocking

Our day started bright and ready to head to the coast where a causeway crosses the Wadden Sea to the small island of Mandø. The small country roads were quiet as we drove out of Ribe, and the further out we got the more greenery there was surrounding each house we passed. The sky was…

Haweswater Bivvy!

It was a beautiful drive into the valley – Haweswater is probably the least inhabited valley in the Lake District. It is managed by the RSPB and it definitely feels more wild than most of the others. Surrounded by big peaks it is a great place for walking and obviously we weren’t the only ones…