With Christmas just around the corner, it is time to start thinking about getting those gifts bought and wrapped. Recommended by members of the Love Her Wild community, here are some ideas for any woman who loves adventure and the outdoors!

#1 Subscription to Sidetracked magazine

A magazie full of inspiration and beautiful images.

Sidetracked Magazine

#2 MSR Hubba Hubba Tent

This lightweight tent can be erected in minutes making it perfect for any long distance adventure.

MSR Hubba Hubba tent

#3 Active Socks by Bamboo Clothing

There are lots of benefits to bamboo clothing. The material has natural wicking, is environmentally friendly and soft to touch. Treat a loved one with these luxury Active Bamboo Sock set.

Active Bamboo Sock set

#4 Space Below My Feet by Gwen Moffat

Moffat’s journey to become one of Britain’s leading female climber.

Space Below my Feet

#5 UCO Brass candle lantern

Bring the right atmosphere along to all your outdoor pursuits with this compact candle lantern

UCO Brass Candle Lantern

#6 ST&G’s The Great British Adventure Map

Highlighting trails, view points and adventure spots across the UK, this is just the map you need to inspire your next adventure.

The Great British Adventure Map

#7 Mora Kniv set

Beautiful and well-crafted knives that will cover you for any foraging, cooking and bushcraft skills.

Mora Kniv

#8 Prana Halle Pants

Comfortable, versatile and good quality, these Prana trousers will cover you for any outdoor activity.

Prana Halle Pants

#9 Eco-friendly Natural Notebook

This eco-friendly notebook is perfect for sketching, journaling and adventure planning.

Natural Notebook

#10 Wildo Fold-a-cup Big

A handy bomb-proof and lightweight cup for all your outdoor adventures.

Wildo Fold-a-cup

#11 Finisterre Wetsuit Hanger

The essential accessory for any water enthusiast.

Finisterre Wetsuit Hanger

#12 Fat Face bed socks

Make camp nights extra cosy and luxurious with this soft warm bed socks.

Fat Face bed socks

#13 Cycling Travel Jounral

This eco-friendly journal is full of beautiful sketches and inspiration making it the perfect gift for any cyclist planning a journey.

Cycling Travel Journal

#14 Sea to Summit Sleeping Bag Silk Liner

This versatile piece of kit can be used on it’s own in hot weather or in addition to a sleeping bag in cold weather. As well as helping you stay cool or warm, it keeps your sleeping bag clean.

Premium Silk Liner

#15 LLBean Women’s GTX PrimaLoft Ski Mittens

The ultimate pair of mittens to keep your hands dry and warm whatever extreme environment you find yourself in.

GTX PrimaLoft Ski Mittens

#16 Lush Ultrabalm

This versatile balm can be used as a moisturiser, as a blister preventative and to sooth rough skin.

Lush Ultrabalm

#17 Hydro Flask Food Container

Keep your food hot or cold on long days in the outdoors with this hardwearing thermos food container.

Hydro Flask Food Container

#18 Therm-a-rest Trekker Chair

This handy gadget will transform your roll mat into a comfortable camping chair for relaxing around the campfire.

Therm-a-rest Trekker Chair

#19 Britain’s Best Small Hills by Phoebe Smith

You don’t need to travel into mountains to find a good wild camping spot in nature. Phoebe Smith’s Britain’s Best Small Hills highlight some of the best hills in the country for wild camping.

Britain’s Best Small Hills

#20 Brushed Zippo Lighter

Reduce your plastic waste by switching to a reusable Zippo lighter.

Brushed Zippo Lighter

#21 Love Her Wild T-shirt

Our T-shirts make the ideal stocking filler for any outdoor enthusiast. Available in a range of colours.

Love Her Wild T-shirt

#22 Prana Travel Yoga Mat

Lightweight, ultra foldable, non-stick travel yoga mat to help your body stay in the best shape even when on the move.

Prana Travel Yoga Mat

#23 GoPro 6

Every adventurer needs a GoPro in their pocket to record their best moments so they never forget.

GoPro 6

#24 Massage Ball

Throw this small item in your outdoor bag so you can roll away the knots and pains on the go.

Massage Ball

In early 2016 Bex Band quit her teaching job to set out on her first big adventure, hiking 1000km the length of Israel. Adventure is now her life and work! As well as running Love Her Wild, she also offers advice and inspiration through her blog, the Ordinary Adventurer.