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smart way to dry your Platypus and other water bottles
to visit her parents.
Some superb photos from
Buachaille Etive Mor
Mark's review of his three years in the USA -
The End of America
- was my favourite read this week. I obviously also am very happy to soon go hiking with him in Finland!
Rick continues to do lovely hikes around Japan. His hike up
has some nice photos.
a better MYOG Esbit Stove
The Zion Narrows in autumn
, lemme tell ya: Gorgeous.
Chris explains why you wanna be
hanging in a hammock in the tropics
. Which reminds me that I need to leave Finland in November next year.
A meeting got canceled so Chris decided to spent the
day on the Cairngorm Plateau
Into Art? New Mexico? Then check out these
David Fowler paintings
Talking about hiking & backpacking dogs,
Hana from Japan
is definitely my favourite. She ain't afraid of heights and her owner knows how to take a good photo. Check it out!
Fraser also knows how to take a good photo or two (or more). And he has a lovely new bike - it's orange, what's not to love about it?! He took it out on
an overnighter in the Cairngorms
, and even shot a timelapse. What are you doing here still - go read it!
Simon reviews the
Mountain Equipment Firefox
. And while Firefox is a rubbish browser (which has been updated three times already by the time you read this) this jacket is tempting Simon.
Nick ticked three Munros of his list, saw a cloud inversion, and had an all around
cracking day on Ben Lawers
On the other side of Scotland,
Holly went camping
. A recommended read.
Ryan and Yvonne had an
Adventure in Daylight Savings
a bit of an aimless wandering around
Fils has a living Review of the
POE Peak Elite AC
up on his site. Trés bien!
Linda visited the
, and it does look stunning with those great autumn colours and waterfalls.
David was in
. Which is the best beach in the UK. And it is not very accessible to the masses. Result: A pristine beach landscape, portrayed in gorgeous photos. Recommended Read.
Greg took Winston for a walk
. Amusingly written as always.
If England in autumn colours is more your cup of tea, then Alan has you covered as he walked the
the Ben and the Buachaille in nine hours
Why you should leave no trace behind in the outdoors is well illustrated in this
post from David
Martin shares his
insights into reducing pack weight
James and his
mates continue to hike through the autumn hills and moors of Scotland.
Joe is in Peru. With his Pugsley.
Bikepacking Portachuelo Honda
= Must Read.
Ollie shares his and
Anthony's Snowdonia experiences
Then there were some who spent Father's Day yesterday lazyily on the
West Coast of Finland, Outdoors
Tale of the Blue Kilt
. Hammock folks will approve. Gear folks, too.