Monthly Archives: June 2008

Golite Pinnacle, first impressions

The Golite Pinnacle is a frameless large volume (75l) pack, which was released a little over 12 months ago. I had been looking for a lightweight frameless pack that would serve both as a day pack as well as for … Continue reading

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Information on forests in Denmark

Stef has asked about information on Denmark in English , I have provided some information here which may be of interest to others as well There are many forests in Denmark where a family could go . The best place … Continue reading

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Children in the forest

On the western side of Copenhagen there are a number of forests, which were established as part of the urban planning of the city which can be easily accessed using the public transport system, especially the trains. Today I was … Continue reading

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Our favourite place

Whilst visiting the Trossachs I came across a sign with this quote on it which summarised our feelings towards the our outdoor experiences. All the wild world is beautiful, and it matters but little where we go, to highlands or … Continue reading

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The Trossachs, Scotland

I have been visiting family in Scotland and have had the opportunity to do some day walks in the area, particularly along the Rob Roy Way, a 126 km trail running from Drymen in the south to Pitlorchy. The trail … Continue reading

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