White coppice has long been one of my favourite spots in the uk, a little cricket pitch at the foot of the moors just outside chorley.
Today i took a day off, and followed black brook (which was frozen) then went up great hill, over to rivington, then back.
great spot to pend the...
looking to get away in the next couple of weeks with the family: i fancy the pitlochry area, but the drive could well make that a no go.
so, can anyone recommend anywhere in scotland further south with nice scenery, rivers / lakes/ mountains?
shewies gaitor thread has prompted me to give you all a heads up for cactus climbing gear, the dreadnought work pants are special;)
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hi: sick of taking ( and often forgetting to take:( ) a bottle of water out with me for a brew when i go down the woods.
what are my options for purifying stream water from a typical lowland/ woodland stream that has flowed through farmland.
will only be used occasionally, but i want it...
does anyone use their dog for bushcraft?I went out today and my dog caught a squirrel and a rabbit, which i'll use to feed her, and it got me thinking:
my beddy/whippet (small lurcher) is a worker, and if i stay out long enough usually catches something edible: she's more reliable than snaring...
just got a firesteel off andy: how do you get the sparks to catch? couldn't get the paper in the stove to light, so how easy are they to use for real?
im no fool, but how do you ensure the sparks ignite something? It just seems to me it'd be far easier to carry a lighter or matches. Either im...
after reading the posts on here i'm going to buy a puukko style knife, but which one: the one off attleborough accessories seems the cheapest, but i've got a budget of round £30-£40, and want a nice looking,durable knife.
any advice: the all look the same! tregor have some nice knives for more...