Hilleberg

22 Feb 19
MGI

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17 Feb 19
Photo/Cycle/Hike

Being diligent is one thing, but as they say – you can’t account for mountain weather. Let me set the background, Dean and I had set off from Lichfield mid-afternoon on Friday (15th Feb) with intention of camping in Snowdon, sadly my crap car delayed us by an hour and thirty minutes, therefore we reached […]

16 Feb 19
Villmarkens Gleder

Jeg blir aldri helt klok på min egen tankegang. Når det er sommer, lengter jeg etter vinterfriluftslivet. Når vinteren er her, drømmer jeg om sommernetter. Etter ei iskald natt på Haukelifjell for et par uker siden, er det derfor godt å labbe innover mot Skorpeneset ved Vigdarvatnet, denne fredag ettermiddagen. Det er langt fra sommer, […]

15 Feb 19
Step By Step

Finally I have gathered all of my gear (except my camp shoes which are still at the post office and few things that I will order straight to Noora’s place in the US) and now it is time to introduce what I will be bringing with me on the trail. Backpack: Osprey EJA 45L Footwear: […]

14 Feb 19
Research Reports

Camping and hiking equipment is the equipment taken on outdoor walking trips, day-tripping, recreational activities, picnicking, and other outdoor activities. Camping and hiking is an outdoor activity involving overnight stays or a day out. Camping and hiking equipment are available in different materials, size, designs, temperature ratings, and other parameters. Changing socio-economic factors such as […]

06 Feb 19
Mayuri blog

Camping is an outdoor activity which involves overnight stays away from the home in a shelter, such as a tent, a caravan, or a motorhome. Generally, participants leave their comfort zones to spend time outdoors in more natural ones for enjoyment. A diverse range of camping apparatus is used for camping, hiking, and climbing. Moreover, taking part in activities like hiking, […]

01 Feb 19
Going north

So Torbjørn and I headed off into the National Park of Hardangervidda. Super excited to get up there. It’s Northern Europe’s largest mountain plateau covering roughly 3422 km2 – and it’s the largest area with wild reindeer in all of Norway. The western part is more rugged with higher peaks and deep valleys where the […]

31 Jan 19
Travelling sucks

Las salinas del desierto de El Vizcaíno nos dejaron sin aliento… Disculpas por el retraso en publicar: encontrar buen wifi en esta zona es un milagro.  Aquí, de nuevo, una semana más de mi diario en orden cronológico inverso. Día 252 del viaje, sábado 26 de enero. Soñé que soñaba esta noche en la salina una y […]

30 Jan 19
Bike-A-Way

I tried to minimise my load a bit, compared to the South-America trip. Less cold weather gear and less rain gear, a lighter sleeping bag, etc… to create some space for extra food and water. I’m still a big fan of Hilleberg tents, but the large Nammatj 2GT would be overkill for Australia, and it […]

28 Jan 19
Bikepacking on a budget

So as with all things budgety, eventually you get to a stage and realise if you want quality, now and again, you gotta pay for it. Now the tent is one of the “core” pieces of kit and really isn’t something that you want letting you down. The original Yellowstone tent I used was a […]

21 Jan 19
Reports Monitor Blogs

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20 Jan 19
Villmarkens Gleder

Kan tro vi har gledet oss. Morten har for lengst handla inn samme teltet som jeg har, Hilleberg Soulo, og er mer enn klar for å teste ut vinterfriluftslivet. Til tross for at jeg etter hvert har bygget meg opp litt erfaring på området, anser jeg meg fortsatt som amatør, og vi velger oss derfor […]

19 Jan 19
Expedition With Huskies

I have to admit…I’m excited. A little bit over month and I should start tour to unknown. I’m lucky to get support from Expedition Foods. I know this excitement is something one can’t pass or prevent but still I feel It’s bit early to be nervous. Or am I nervous? Maybe this is more excitement. Been rough weeks in work […]

18 Jan 19
Ultralight and Comfortable

Sleeping good in the winter   Keeping warm is essential to sleeping good. Hypothermia and freezing to death is not a fun past time. In the summer it’s easier to get along with Ultralight gear and probably survive.. Chances are good… In the winter however, things are different. Especially in areas like northern Sweden where […]

18 Jan 19
The Woodsman

The Hilleberg Akto was intoruduced in 1995, and has since become one of the most renowned single person shelters. After more than two decades of use, it has stood the test of time for good reason. Design Brilliant would sum up my opinion of it. By utilizing a tunnel tent design, the Hilleberg Akto needs […]