The cool camping series of books (and website) have grown in number over recent years as the popularity of camping increases year on year. The lure of the magical outdoors tempting people to dig the tent out of the loft for the first time in years, or perhaps even trying it for the first time.
There are loads of books on camping around but what I like about this series, is the fact that the campsites featured in the books are not going to be 4* sites with every facility available under the sun. These sites are small, sometimes remote settings with only basic facilities in some case.
These sites are for those of us who want to get a wee bit closer to nature, away from the noise and bustle of everyday life, in what can only be described as some of the most beautiful locations around. The Scottish book is full of great ideas for anyone wanting a bit of an adventure with the kids, or perhaps just some time away in a part of the country you’d never heard of before.
Definitely worth a look. Why not give us a shout on your way north and hire one of our canoes to take with you. Now that could be a cracking weekend away!
Choosing a tent is a bit like buying a coffee these days…. so much choice and not always easy to decide what you want!
If you need a bit of help in deciding how to choose a tent this blog article from Sports Fitness Advisor might shine some light on the matter for you – Camping & Hiking
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