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... Read more

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Hunka

Waterproof and breathable bivvy bag weighing less than 400 g

£44.99
Was £49.99
  • Lego
  • Kelp
  • Chilli
  • Nemo

Hunka XL

Breathable, waterproof bivvy bag weighing just 500 g

£54.99
Was £64.99
  • Chilli
  • Lego
  • Kelp

Elan

One person hooped bivvy for a pitch-anywhere sleeping shelter

Bundle price £99.99

Mora

One-person hammock for camping with hanging straps

Bundle price £39.99

Rig 3.5

Siliconised ripstop nylon tarp with 16 hypalon attachment points

Bundle price £64.99
  • Chilli
  • Kelp

Rig 7

30d siliconised ripstop nylon tarp, the ultimate lightweight shelter for backpackers

Bundle price £99.99
  • Kelp
  • Chilli

Soloist

One person backpacking tent. 3 season weighing 1.2 kg

Bundle price From £119.99

Ordos 2

Ultralight 2 person semi-geodesic backpacking tent

From £229.99
Was £269.99
  • with Footprint
  • with Footprint

Jaran 2

Twin porch ultralight 2 person 3 season backpacking tent

From £229.99
Was £279.99

Ordos 3

Ultralight 3 person semi-geodesic backpacking tent

From £269.99
Was £309.99
  • with Footprint
  • without Footprint

Jaran 3

Twin porch ultralight 3 person 3 season backpacking tent

From £269.99
Was £329.99

Mountain Ghost 300

Primaloft Silver 3 season sleeping bag

Bundle price £119.99

PipeDream 400 Hydrophobic

Ultra-lightweight 3 season goose down sleeping bag weighing 865g

Bundle price £219.99

Cloud Base

Lightweight inflatable camping mat just 420g and 5 cm thick

Bundle price £41.99

Numo

Big chamber full length inflatiable sleeping mat

Bundle price £44.99

Drift

Ultra-light inflatable pillow for multi-day hikes, bike tours and overnight adventures

Bundle price £12.99

BruKit

Heat it and eat it, a 560 g integrated cooking system

Bundle price £44.99

Kraku

This is possibly the world's lightest camping stove

£8.99
Was £26.99

AliPots

Aluminium cook set which deserves a place on any extended camping trip

Bundle price £29.99

Tifoon

Titanium spork (or foon? or forked spoon)

Bundle price £7.99

TiMigos

Titanium knife, fork and spoon set

£5.99
Was £14.99

Viper

240 lumen rainproof head torch with reactive lighting mode

Bundle price £23.99

Fluxon

Compact lumen bazooka: 1000 lumen USB rechargeable handheld torch

Bundle price £44.99

Jasper

Lightweight friction fire lighter for quick and easy fire lighting

£6.99
Was £9.99

Chainset

Titanium chain for suspending your cookpot over an open fire

Bundle price £7.99

Tanka Fuel Bottle

450ml bottle for carrying your camping fuel

£6.99
Was £7.99

Hippo Filter Kit

Palm-sized water filtration system

£8.99
Was £24.99

Solo Adventure First Aid Kit

Race requirements kit in re-sealable foil bag for on-the-hill emergencies

£8.99
Was £9.99

Gnora

Lightweight stainless steel wire saw for cutting timber, plastic and more

Bundle price £4.99

Osmo

Microfibre travel towel, superfine and 1/3 of the weight of a regular towel

Bundle price £7.99

Wild camping, snowholing and bivvying all involve spending the night hours outdoors in remote places.

Why is wild camping illegal?

 Almost 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.