Tag Archives | Hiking

Overseas Hiking Adventure for 2016 – Iceland!

It’s been a long time coming especially since it’s been over 2 years since I did my last overseas challenge Everest Base Camp…time goes so fast!  Trying to organise new adventures has since became a lot tougher since becoming a single mum a little over a year ago, there’s no way I can take a […]

Continue Reading

Walking & Outdoor Shoes from Clarks – Review

I don’t know about you but growing up going to Clarks shoe shop was the place to go, with the exciting metal measuring machine that closed in on your foot as it measured your size, to being disappointed by my wide feet and that I couldn’t get the much sort after princess shoes! (I was […]

Continue Reading

Deuter Womens Compact Air EXP 8 SL Daysack- Review

I’ve had my old hiking daysack since I first ventured into the outside world of hiking and so therefore it’s had a good run and in that time I’ve become more aware of what I want in a daysack.  My previous bag was a decent size and actually a bit too big as I never […]

Continue Reading

Hiking Socks from British Sock Maker HJ Hall – Review

Having a decent pair of hiking socks is as important as getting the right pair of hiking shoes, the sock is your barrier to protecting your feet from rubs and blisters. Normally when I go hiking I tend to wear a thin base layer sock and then a thicker sock on top of that to […]

Continue Reading

Merrell Chameleon Shift – Review

The Chameleon Shift hiking boot is the latest boot to come from Merrell, offering a lightweight, stylish boot for any terrain. “The Chameleon Shift is perfect for year-round excursions into the hills, where its chameleon-like abilities to adapt to a variety of terrains and conditions make it an ideal choice.” With a GORE-TEX® waterproof membrane […]

Continue Reading