Wild Camping Equipment

Wild Camping Equipment

Experience the joy of piecing together your own multi-day adventure with overnight stays in secluded spots. A trip that isn't reliant on a town, pub or established campsites. It could be a multi-day backpacking walk through our mountains and fells; a ride-in/ride-out bikepacking adventure or a single local overnight bivvy in the local woods.

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Lightweight, waterproof hooped bivvy bag weighing less than 1kg
$129.99
Ultralight backpacking tent: 1-person, 3-season, 1.2kg
$189.99
Ultralight, 2-season sleeping bag: 5°C limit, Primaloft® Gold fill
$239.99
Long handled titanium spork (or foon?)
$17.49
Innovative air pole tent great for bikepacking and hiking trips: 1-person, 3-season, 1.2kg
$209.99
Waterproof and breathable bivvy bag weighing less than 400g
$74.99
Ultralight, waterproof bivvy bag with a zipped opening weighing just 285g
$199.99
Ultralight, 3-season sleeping bag: -6˚C limit, DownTek™ down fill
$319.99
Technical, 3-season sleeping bag: -8°C limit, Thermolite® Ecomade fill
$149.99
Lightweight, 3-season sleeping bag: -3°C limit, RDS-certified down fill
$249.99
Innovative air pole tent great for bikepacking and hiking trips: 2-person, 3-season, 1.5kg
$259.99
Lightweight, inflatable camping pillow for multi-day hikes and overnight stays
$19.99
Self-inflating sleeping mat: torso length, 2.5cm thick, 450g
$64.99
High powered titanium camping stove weighing 124g
$74.99
900 ml titanium cooking pot for soloists with large appetites
$64.99
Titanium French press coffee pot with a 750ml capacity
$64.99
Ultralight titanium cooking pot, perfect for solo adventurers
$54.99
Titanium 2 piece cooking set: one pot, one pan
$64.99
600ml titanium camping frying pan
$34.99
600ml titanium camping kettle
$99.99
Titanium knife, fork and spoon set
$29.99
Siliconised ripstop nylon tarp with 16 hypalon attachment points
$79.99
30d siliconised ripstop nylon tarp, the ultimate lightweight shelter for backpackers
$99.99 $129.99
Mesh hammock bug net to keep insects at bay
$39.99
Insulated hammock under layer to prevent hammock heat loss
$54.99
Pouches of delicious, nutritious and natural dehydrated food
$9.99
Nutritious dehydrated meal pouches of home-cooked food in compostable packaging
$9.99
200 lumen rechargeable camping lantern with hanging clip and magnetic back
$64.99
240 lumen head torch with a reactive lighting mode
$34.99
Lightweight camping quilt. A versatile sleeping bag alternative: DownTek™ down fill
$149.99
Palm-sized water filtration system
$34.99
Race requirements kit in re-sealable foil bag for on-the-hill emergencies
$14.99
Polished stainless steel hip flask to carry your favourite tipple
$34.99
Converts your Brukit into a lightweight camping cafetière
$17.49
Lightweight enamel mug for campsite cuppas and outdoor brews
$14.99
Three-legged stand to provide stability on uneven ground
$9.99
Heat it and eat it, a 585 g integrated cooking system
$79.99
Lightweight, inflatable sleeping mat: full length, 5cm thick, 420g
$74.99
Insulated, inflatable camping mat: full length, 7cm thick, 720g
$109.99
Full-frame polarised sunglasses with revo mirrored lenses
$39.99
Fold-up stainless steel camping trowel for digging holes
$14.99
Ultralight, folding foam sleeping mat: full length, 1.7cm thick, 245g
$34.99
Ultralight folding tarp pole
$49.99
Collapsible titanium camping stove, weighs just 45g
$34.99
Lightweight, inflatable sleeping mat: full length, 8cm thick, 350g
$64.99
Ultralight, 2-season sleeping bag: 7˚C limit, DownTek™ down fill
$209.99
Trekking pole tent for long distance backpacking: 1-person, 3-season, 980g
$169.99

Wild Camping Equipment

Wild camping, snowholing and bivvying all involve spending the night hours outdoors in remote places.

Is wild camping legal?

All land is owned by someone. So unless you have landowner permission to camp you may be asked to move on. Scotland and Dartmoor are rare examples in the UK where local laws mean it is perfectly legal to camp.

Many landowners including National Parks view that wild camping on unenclosed fell land, remote from the roads, is generally accepted if undertaken responsibly by small numbers of people.

So set up camp late and leave early staying well out of peoples' way whilst causing the minimum disturbance.

Eat well, sleep well and enjoy dusk till dawn resting your weary head hopefully under a star-filled sky.