What To Wear Canoeing (Your Guide)

Canoeing is very different to kayaking in the sense that with kayaking you’re actually closer to the water’s surface which makes you more prone to watersplash so you’ll be needing the use of a wetsuit. As a canoe has a hollowed out hull with taller sides that you sit in, it means there is less…

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Camping with a Dog in a Tent [ Your Guide ]

As the old saying goes ‘a dog is a man’s best friend’ and there’s nothing better than having your best friend along with you while camping. Regardless what time of the year it is, you want to get out, travel and visit new places where an incredible landscape is your bedroom window. Now, travelling around…

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Bluewave Kayak Review [ Buying Guide ]

Product: Bluewave Kayak Weight: 21.5kgs Loaded weight: 150kgs (23.5 stone) Material: Heavy duty roto moulded plastic Price: £295.00 Cheapest place to buy: Amazon Key features: Incredible buoyancy for a dry ride Fishing rod holders Waterproof storage hatches Large luggage space A range of foot rest positions Carry handles The Bluewave kayak is the perfect companion…

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How To Camp In The Forest

Wild camping is a great chance to get outdoors and escape to the natural surroundings all around you. It’s a very cheap getaway that can sometimes be even more enjoyable than going on a foreign holiday. You can basically camp anywhere in the great outdoors but camping in a forest brings about a real sense…

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Different Types of Canoes

Canoes are most commonly & frequently utilised for recreational, fun & pleasures activities including racing, touring, whitewater, freestyle, camping and even more including generic entertainment. In addition, canoeing is such an activity which tends to have equal fame among all ages, different types of athletic capabilities and backgrounds where it is also termed as a…

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Single Wall vs Double Wall Tent

Just as the names suggest Single wall tents are made of one layer of fabric that offers protection against the wind and rain. Poles support the tent either within, inside or outside of the fabric. Double wall tents have two layers of protection from the wind and rain. Firstly you have the inner tent, usually…

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