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marcy

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rocket14

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Ashdown forest

  • 28 August 2015 11:40 | rocket14
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Ashdown forest

  • 28 August 2015 11:37 | rocket14
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Ashdown forest

  • 28 August 2015 11:34 | rocket14
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on the trail of Winnie th pooh in ashdown forest

  • 28 August 2015 11:30 | rocket14
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Townler

Townler

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alangs

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apps

 Any decent apps   useful for  navigation to use with mobile phone as gps are expensive

  • 27 August 2015 18:21 | alangs
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olireed

TRAIL MAGAZINE GEAR BLOG

Ricoh WG-4 camera (%XA3230)

I’m terrible at taking photos but excellent at breaking expensive gadgets, which is why this 16MP camera has been a great find.

With 29 shooting modes, HD recording capabilities, anti-shake protection and macro lights to assist close-up shooting, the WG-4 is packed with functions that make it hard to take bad photos (perfect for dunces like me) – but what really stands out is its durability.

Described as ‘adventure proof’, Ricoh say it’s waterproof to a depth of 14 metres, can still operate at temperatures down to -10 deg C, is shock-resistant against falls from a height of ...

  • 27 August 2015 15:27 | olireed
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olireed

TRAIL MAGAZINE GEAR BLOG

Primus Lite+ Stove (%XA3110)

Having cooked all of my camping meals on the excellent Primus ETA Solo (one of the predecessors to the Lite+) for the last couple of years, I’ve been really keen to see what this new compact all-in-one can do.

First impressions were favourable, mostly because it arrived encased in a flashy heat-resistant sleeve made from Fjällräven’s G-1000 material (which comes in a choice of five colours). The aluminium pot has a 500ml capacity, so it’s the perfect size to cook an individual meal or brew a big mug of tea, and you can pack the burner plus a 100g gas ...

  • 27 August 2015 15:07 | olireed
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davepo

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Southparadequeen

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