Hopefully you will have read my recent piece on hiking holidays and travel insurance . It was such a co-incidence that a week after I
You will of course know by now that I enjoy walking, trekking, climbing, anything that involves the use of my legs, fresh air and amazing
Yeah, I use pink duct tape. What about it? I took the steep and rocky Hunt Trail up Mt Katahdin when I was on the
Lighting the Triad – Travel Stove Reviews As I mentioned in a previous post, I haven’t had the most reliable record with homemade alcohol stoves.
Hammer Gels It was very hard to not name this post “Hammer Time” but I am glad for both our sakes that I powered through.
I’ve gotten a lot of responses to my blog post “On being a solo female hiker.” Almost all of them have been positive and I
After reading Trail Life: Ray Jardine’s Lightweight Backpacking, I have started to reconsider some of my gear choices. Because I have a great deal of
Several people have asked me if I get lonely being a solo hiker and here is my answer: I am a hiking solo female. Solo
My first caveat: this guide is mostly psychological. I’d recommend pairing it with another instructional site like this one: Cool Little Miniature Stove or this
There comes a time in every girl’s life where she meets a very special piece of gear. Something so perfect she wouldn’t change a shoe