Reviewing your hiking gear to make it lightweight is a good use of time. Saving weight makes your bushwalking trip so much more pleasant. No more sore feet or backs!
Tweet We are approached quite frequently by businesses keen to promote their ideas and/or products via our website. We have a policy of not accepting everything that come our way for a number of reasons. For example, we don’t want anything not related to the outdoors filling up the site with junk. Recently we were […]
Tweet So you have spent $500+ on a brand new tent, headed out on a trip, arrived home and discovered a tear in the floor or fly. Devastation. Is it ruined for ever? Can a tear be repaired? Will the result be any good? Luckily a simple tear or rip to a tent floor or […]
Tweet We were recently in the market for new sleeping mats. For a few years we have been happily using Thermarest Prolite 4′s – the 3/4 length ones. The main issue with these is, on a trip into cold climates, our legs were getting a bit cold and the insulation between the ground and our […]
Tweet Sometimes hiring hiking gear is a great option if you are looking to kit up for a trip. You know the times, there may be an additional member join your party, something breaks at the last minute or you just don’t trust that backpack to survive another five day trip without disintegrating. Hiring also […]
Tweet If you are looking for some great (free) information about walking poles or just to read what a local champion has to say about them, let us introduce Mox. Norman (“Mox”) Moxey is a mechanical design engineer and bushwalker who is involved in the design and development of outdoor adventure equipment. “Mox” is associated […]