Category Archives: Tarptent Notch

Furesø, waiting for sunrise

I set off after dinner and headed to one of the many camping sites adjacent to Furesø (lake). Locating a spot I settled down to relax, drinking tea and enjoying the evening.

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Calm after the storm

The thunderstorms and heavy rain had passed, so I set off to one of my favourite lakes, Farum Sø. Soon I had located a campsite and was relaxing enjoying the late evening sunshine.  

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Camønoen: Møns Geo Centre to Klintholm Havn

Summer had finally arrived in Denmark and with a visitor from Australia it seemed like the ideal time for a short overnighter along the coast. Coincidently I had recently been made aware of Camønoen, a collection of trails around the … Continue reading

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Camping not Hiking

Many of my regular readers will have noticed that I have been inactive with regards to trail reports over the past few months, initially this was because of an injury to my knee. However, once that had recovered, another more serious … Continue reading

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Furesø under a red sky

I took the chance for a quick overnighter along the shores of Furesø, (a large lake close to Copenhagen). Setting off late it was soon dark as I set up the Notch. In the morning the sky was red and I … Continue reading

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What works for me: Shelters

A look at the Tarptents Stratospire and the Notch. Most of my readers will know that I prefer to hike with pacer poles, which I have used for the last 8 years or so my review of them can be found … Continue reading

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Tin Mine Cove to Five Mile Beach: A wander across northern Wilsons Promontory

It was many years ago that I first visited the Northern end of Wilson Promontory. My first trip in the mid 60’s was with a group of scouts and we walked out along the 5 mile road then to the … Continue reading

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