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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Camping stove gas canister with a 3-season fuel mix
$5.99
Thin, light and waterproof folding USB solar panel
$44.99 $54.99
Ultralight folding tarp pole
$39.99 $49.99
Set of 5 shiny red and grey micro clips
$8.99 $12.49
4mm camping utility cord for tent and tarp guy lines
$8.99 $12.49
Ultralight backpacking tent: 1-person, 2-3 season, sub 900g (2lb)
$329.99 $389.99
Long handled titanium spork (or foon?)
$14.99 $17.49
Titanium spork (or foon? or forked spoon)
$19.99
Palm-sized water filtration system
$27.49 $34.99
Lightweight, inflatable sleeping mat: full length, 5cm thick, 420g
$64.99 $74.99
Insulated, inflatable camping mat: full length, 7cm thick, 720g
$84.99 $109.99
Lightweight, inflatable camping pillow for multi-day hikes and overnight stays
$17.49 $19.99
Lightweight friction fire lighter for quick and easy fire lighting
$12.49 $14.99
Protect and extend the life of your Ultra 1 with an additional groundsheet
$22.49 $27.49
Ultralight backpacking tent: 2-person, 3-season, 1.4kg
$249.99 $289.99

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.