It is a problem. Until I got an ATV I had to walk everything into the wood which is quite steep in places. The other problem being that any serious accidents would take a long time to get hospitalised (I suspect you'd get evacuated from the top of Ben Nevis faster than from our wood). But, some decent wound dressings and the normal FAK shouldn't be heavy; maybe a bit bulky.Do any of you leave a first aid kit in the wood?
At the moment I don’t have vehicle access so everything has to be carried in and out.
I’m assuming that even if we double bagged it in a drybag then plasters etc would lose their stickiness but what about bandages etc. Is it still worth keeping something stored there ?
I seriously don't think I could leave anything down there; not even in the small toilet building (think shed on stilts). Apart from the damp I don't think I could rely on it staying safe from rodents. I suppose I could get a good metal box - maybe a sealed plastic box inside a metal one. You've got me thinking now!