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Planning An Expedition

Are the best adventures completely spontaneous? I actually love the planning stage. I also love abandoning plans and doing something completely different when the time comes, but it is in the planning stage that your adventure grows from let’s go for a walk to, let’s climb a mountain. 562 more words


The Kit List

The kit list is essential for all walkers to make sure that they are prepared for any event on their walk. Usually this knowledge is passed on by parents or Scout/Guide leaders but if you haven’t been given this guidance you may have learnt through trial and error. 1,248 more words


Kit Review: Sleeping Bags

What should you look for?

Warmth / Season

You will need to be comfortable down to 0 degrees, so look for the ‘comfort limit’ – usually found on the inside label, or printed on the stuff sack. 706 more words

Kit Review: Tents

After your boots, your tent is probably the most important piece of kit so it’s important to get it right.

Things to consider

South Africa isn’t going to trash your tent but you will be using it intensively so it needs to be hardwearing and easy to pitch. 632 more words

Lightweight backpacking - The Big 4

It was a revelation once I started reducing the weight of my rucsac.  As I bought increasingly lighter weight gear, my pack became easier to carry.   1,552 more words


Complete List of Project Life Kits - By Release Date

Updated January 20, 2016

Core Kits
Cherry January 2010 (retired July 2013)
Amber January 2011 (retired July 2013)
Turquoise January 2011 (retired July 2013)
Clementine… 783 more words

Complete List of Project Life Kits - Alphabetically

Updated January 10, 2016

Core Kits
5th and Frolic July 2013
Adventure January 2015
Amber January 2011 (retired July 2013)
Aqua May 2014
Azure December 2013 (retired May 2015) 836 more words