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Mar
1
comment Men using a women's trekking backpack
Use the smaller bag. Less is more when you have to carry things and you won't need as much as you think.
Apr
18
comment Where is it possible to use a hammock in the UK?
I talked to "Camping in the Forest" and they don't allow hammocks :( Maybe better to ask forgiveness than permission ;)
Apr
16
comment Where is it possible to use a hammock in the UK?
I don't want to turn this into too much of a specific chat relevant only to me... but I am London based and don't drive so around the South East for absolute preference... but I love the lakes and the peaks (and other treeless places it seems!)
Apr
16
comment Where is it possible to use a hammock in the UK?
I don't understand this comment. I want to know where I can go with the particular set of things I have... that is exactly what I am asking...
Feb
15
comment What is the main purpose of the foam inside a self-inflating mat?
My decade old thermarest says this is not a huge problem!
Feb
15
comment What can I do to help relieve joint pain in fingers after climbing?
No reason not to take aspirin and Ibuprofen at the same time if you feel it helps (overkill for sore fingers unless you have done something very nasty to your tendons)