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Keeping your tent warm: Autumn, Winter, and Spring

You want your tent warm, but safe. Here's some useful advice on choosing a tent heater.

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Whittling and how to use knives correctly to avoid nasty accidents

Whittling is a bit of a traditional camping activity. You can also use it to help teach your kids the safe way to use knives.

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Winter Camping

Winter camping can be fun, and you may already have most of the gear.

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Self Inflating Mats, and What’s Recommended for Family Camping

Self Inflating Mats can save you time and space, but most of made for backpackers, not family campers. Here's our recommended SIMs for family camping.

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Four Season Sleeping Bags – Sleeping Bags for Winter

Camping needn't be for summer months only. Here are some great four season sleeping bags to keep you warm during winter, and explains what the ratings mean.

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Glamping

Glamorous Camping. Luxury yurts to pre-erected tents.

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Campfire Storytelling Tips

Camping isn't camping without a campfire. A campfire isn't a campfire without stories.

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Outdoor Cooking – 5 Ways of Cooking When Out and About

From BBQs to CampFires, here's a list of 5 ways of cooking when outside and the pros and cons of each.

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Lightweight Backpacking Stoves – 2011 Comparison

We compare small multi-fuel stoves. Which is the best? Which cooks the quickest?

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A Guide to Gas Camping Stoves

Big or small, what options do you have for camping stoves? What stove should you choose if just starting out? This guide helps explain what is what.

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Dutch Ovens: 5 steps to better camp cooking

Learn how to do real camp cooking with a Dutch Oven. Say 'No' to burnt sausages and pot noodles when camping.

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Kids Head Torches – No need to be scared of the dark

Having a torch your kids don't have to hold (and don't put down and loose) is really useful. Here are some options for kids head torches.

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