The Wild Within – Simon Yates

The Wild Within – Simon Yates

The Wild Within is the latest book from Simon Yates, one of Britain’s most acclaimed mountaineers.  Simon Yates first came to the publics attention in 1985 after the first ascent of the West Face of Siula Grande in the Peruvian Andes and the ensuing epic descent described in Joe Simpson’s book Touching the Void.  His …
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RouteBuddy Mapping Software

RouteBuddy Mapping Software

RouteBuddy is desktop digital mapping system available on both Mac and Windows computers.  The software allows you to Plan, Discover and Go! Plan – With Route Buddy you can pick which maps you want to buy and download to your computer.  The RouteBuddy Store includes Ordnance Survey Landranger and Explorer maps.  You can then carefully …
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Worst-Case Survival Handbooks

Worst-Case Survival Handbooks

The Worst Case Survival Handbooks are a series of guides that have sold over 10 million copies.  Written by Joshua Piven and David Borgenicht they conceive all kinds of “Worst Cases” and give survival guidance to get out of them. The classic book that started it all was The Worst Case Scenario Survival Handbook.  It …
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SAS Survival Handbook

SAS Survival Handbook

The SAS Survival Handbook is a new and fully updated edition of the original, bestselling survival handbook. The guide is written by ex-SAS survival expert John ‘Lofty’ Wiseman, “Lofty Wiseman” became the youngest ever person to pass the SAS’s selection test in 1956 at the age of 18 and went on to serve for 26 …
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Make your own Ordnance Survey Map

Make your own Ordnance Survey Map

Ordnance Survey have just released a fantastic new feature on their webstore, they are giving you the ability to make your own custom-made map.  Maps are professionally printed on tough and durable map paper and delivery is free. Its simple to do – Search for a place or postcode Choose a type of map (Folded …
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Countryfile Calendar 2013

Countryfile Calendar 2013

  Every month I look forward to turning the page of my Coutryfile calendar and seeing what image of British Countryside beauty is next.  All of the images in the Countryfile calendar are submitted by amateur photographers who watch Countryfile.  The pictures tell the story of the British countryside, the seasons, animals and landscape.  Each …
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8 Christmas Gifts for Camping & Outdoor Enthusiasts

8 Christmas Gifts for Camping & Outdoor Enthusiasts

I can’t believe that Christmas is only a month away!  Here at ProCamping we’ve been coming up with our Christmas list for Santa.  Do you have a camping or outdoors enthusiast in your life who you’re not sure what to get?  Perhaps this list will help. Just a note that you won’t find in this …
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CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2013

CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2013

The CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2013 is now out, CAMRA stands for the Campaign for Real Ale who are an independent, voluntary organisation campaigning for real ale, community pubs and consumer rights. The Good Beer Guide 2013 is the 40th edition of the UK’s best-selling beer & pub guide.  Every year though it is fully …
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Mud, Sweat and Tears – Bear Grylls

Mud, Sweat and Tears – Bear Grylls

Mud, Sweat and Tears is the autobiography of Bear Grylls.  Bear has led a fascinating life and is only 38 so I’m sure has a lot ahead of him!  Bear is perhaps become a household name from his Discovery Channel TV series Man vs Wild, but he has done so much more. His most high …
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Caravan & Camping Britain 2012

Caravan & Camping Britain 2012

Caravan and Camping, Britain and Ireland is the AA’s 2012 guide to camping in the UK.  The book features over 900 campsites inspected by the AA with everything from small quiet locations to large holiday camps.  Also the book details useful information such as opening dates, prices, facilities and walks / cycle routes. The book …
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