Family Wildcamping; Nail The Morning Routine

Family Wildcamping; Nail The Morning Routine

The morning after a family wildcamp can be a bit of a trial if you don’t have a plan. You probably won’t have got as much sleep as normal and neither will the kids and you have the task of getting everything back into the rucksacks and finishing your trip hopefully on...

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Family Wildcamping; Picking the Perfect Spot

Family Wildcamping; Picking the Perfect Spot

One of the great joys of wild camping is that your imagination is the limit as to where you sleep for the night. Literally, you can walk along and decide ‘that spot looks great for the night’… but what makes a great wild camp spot? There are only three things we need...

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Why are we Taking on Everest?

Why are we Taking on Everest?

The Everest adventure is bringing together a group of 6 Love Her Wild women to take on an epic expedition. Over 5 days in the Lake District, the women will hike the equivalent height of Everest. That's 8,848m over a distance of 114km and 44 peaks. The women come from...

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Training to Climb Everest…in 5 Days!

Training to Climb Everest…in 5 Days!

The Everest adventure is bringing together a group of 6 Love Her Wild women to take on an epic expedition. Over 5 days in the Lake District, the women will hike the equivalent height of Everest. That's 8,848m over a distance of 114km and 44 peaks. The women come from...

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9 Things We Are Loving Right Now

9 Things We Are Loving Right Now

1. Mini Sawyer Filter Recommended by Johanna Symo "I've loved my mini sawyer water filtration thingimajiggy. Saved me a fortune over the last 6 months!" 2. Chaco Sandals Recommended by Vivian Vu "In LOVE with my Chaco sandals. Since I've moved back to sunny and dry...

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My Great Escape…

My Great Escape…

I stood on the back of the flatbed lorry that was creeping around the edges of a gigantic, steep, green canyon, on a beyond rural dirt road in Guatemala. My hands gripping the top of the cab and wobbling as I tried to stay upright. I felt the wind in my hair and the...

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Top Tips; Get Into Kitesurfing

Top Tips; Get Into Kitesurfing

My flatmates at University used to come home to hurriedly scribbled notes on the kitchen table: ‘I’ve gone to find the sea’. With no mobile and no real plan, off I’d wander to get a glimpse of the sea and feel rejuvenated again. In my University holidays, I would get...

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Interview with Vix Harris; Walking Jordan Solo

Interview with Vix Harris; Walking Jordan Solo

Long time server of NGO's, Vix Harris, decided to take on an adventure to raise money for a charity close to her heart, Doctors Without Borders. Earlier this year she hiked the Jordan Trail - one of only a handful of people in the world who have done the whole trail....

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