Super Warm Bushcraft Survival Shelter Camping in Snow (No Sleeping Bag!)

What to Look For When Purchasing Helipads

Acquiring a specialist built helipad is a major construction purchase and investment. It is advantageous to be well informed when making a buying decision. Most important are the construction materials used and the lighting options available. You will also need some form of planning permission and consent before building begins. A professional will often offer free no obligation advice, if you have any questions.

How to Pack For Winter Camping Trips

Winter camping is fun – but it can be much harder to do than in the summer time. Learn what supplies you need to bring and how to prepare for it.

Kerala Vacations – Endorse the Beauty of God’S Own Country

Kerala is the most beautiful state in India. Trivandrum is the capital city of this glorious state.

Kangaroos in Murramarang National Park – Where to Find Them

The south coast of NSW is famous for its kangaroos and Murramarang National Park has an abundance. Most famous are the kangaroos on the beaches. The best beaches to find them are Pebbly, Depot and Durras Beach.

The Carmanah Valley, Vancouver Island – Canada’s Giant Trees

Twenty years ago I had just moved to British Columbia and heard stories about giant trees on the west coast of Vancouver Island. What I didn’t realize at the time is the Provincial Government had secretly given permission to logging giant Macmillan Bloedel to clearcut one of the largest intact watersheds left on the island, the Carmanah Valley.

On Blankets, Tables and Picnics

It is summer time and there is nothing on our minds but picnics, day trips and more picnics. Of course, going out on picnics require that you make a lot of decisions and strategic planning. You need to decide whether you want to have a large picnic and invite all of your friends and families, or simply have a cozy picnic with your intimate friends and family.

Juan De Fuca Marine Trail Mini Guide

The Juan de Fuca Marine Trail on Vancouver Island begins at the other end of the town of Port Renfrew from the West Coast Trail, effectively continuing it for another 47 kilometers, going from Botanical Beach to China Beach. The Juan de Fuca trail is directly across the Juan de Fuca Strait from the Olympic Mountains in the U.S.

Paddle Your Way Through Turtle Beach

Kids and children at heart would surely love a different twist on their tropical summer vacations. The usual beach bonding has become boring and utterly redundant that everything that will happen on a supposedly enjoyable trip becomes so predictable.

Rent to Own Your Boat For Summer Fun

With summer just around the corner, it makes all of us think about how great life would be if we could spend our days speeding around a body of water in our very own boat. Nothing would make us more proud than to be able to own something that would bring so many people great joy.

New Zealand’s Top 5 Ski Destinations

New Zealand is one of the most popular destinations for skiing in the Southern Hemisphere; and for good reason. Visit between July and October and you will be met with mountains of snow, fantastic ski resorts and some of the best facilities around.

Top 9 Scenic Lakes in New Zealand

New Zealand is known as one of the most untouched country’s on earth, and is also its youngest. Boasting breathtaking landscapes, numerous pockets of hidden rainforest, unique wildlife and a heavenly climate, New Zealand is the place to visit to experience the best the outdoors has to offer.

Surviving the Summer Heat – 7 Tips to Keep Cool This Summer

Summertime is the great outdoor time. Every outdoors person looks forward to the summer. At least, those who like the heat look forward to it. Those people who don’t do well in the heat, the summer will make them miserable. If you are of the type that summer seems to kill the fun, there are several things you can do to make summer tolerable.

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