Monday Tip - Dry! Dry! Dry!|
On 30/04/2012 in Hill skills
How to stay mostly dry when all you around you, folk are looking distinctly soggy...
This week we get totally topical with a some handy pointers on staying mostly dry when things get horribly wet - bear in mind that in real deluge conditions, it doesn’t seem to matter what you do, the water will still find its way in, but you can
Dry I think not|
On 05/01/2007 in forum
trek Mates Dry Gloves
These gloves are described as waterproof and have the lettering "DRY" on them.What a load of tosh, wonder who there gear testers are, only wore them for an hour last week in Scotland, yes it was wet, and yes my hands were soaked. Am taking mine back
Freeze dried food|
On 20/08/2007 in forum
Who makes the tastiest freeeze dried food?
Come on, I'm sure there are people out there who use freeze dried food. So who makes the tastiest and can anyone recommend particular meals?There's nothing in the user reviews to cover this. Oh dear, this question is going to open up a whole can
clothes drying in a tent !|
On 01/01/2005 in forum
after a day of rain, how do you dry your clothes ?
given the recent wet weather. after a day of walking in the rain, what advice can anyone offer as to how to dry out. mainly so as to get a good nights sleep but also how to dry clothes etc for the next day. can anybody offer advice based
Dry Tooling Hooks Glasgow|
On 07/10/2010 in Outdoors News
The 2010 Scottish Dry Tooling Series kicks off in Glasgow this weekend.
We might be short of snow, but this weekend, a number of top British climbers will be dusting off their ice tools for the first round of the 2010 Scottish Dry Tooling Series (STS) in Glasgow on Saturday 9 October.Dry tooling is the art of climbing
Lightweight Rucksacks and Keeping 'em Dry|
On 29/06/2008 in forum
Lightweight Rucksacks and Keeping 'em Dry
Hi, I'm reasonably new to hiking and lightweight kit and have some questions relating to lightweight ruck sacks and keeping them dry. I'm thinking of getting a OMM Villain 45+10 MSC or perhaps something lighter like a Golite Jam 2. I don't think
Monday Tip - DIY Drying Room|
On 14/11/2012 in Hill skills
Overwhelmed by wet kit? Here's a possible solution to your drying dilemmas...
Okay, so it's not Monday, but what's a couple of days and a Gore-Tex launch between friends? This week's tip is a timely answer to those winter drying problems - how to make your own domestic drying room.It's that time of year when soaked kit
Innovative trouser drying at the base of Tryfan|
On 02/01/2012 in forum
all you need is a running seat ibiza and an old drying rack
I suppose Is that for drying out the backfires after a particularly scary route? Metric Kate wrote (see)Is that for drying out the backfires after a particularly scary route?
Ultraviolet Your Way To Dry Shoes|
On 19/09/2012 in Gear news
New product from Sidas uses UV light to dry and remove bacteria from footwear
If you’re doing multiple days on the hills, then drying footwear can be a real problem. You don’t want to put them on a direct heat source, stuffing them with newspaper just results in soggy newspaper and, even if they get wet again in seconds
Drying room/gear store|
On 13/01/2009 in forum
I am building a gear store/drying room in a cellar - advice appreciated
equipment, some climbing gear and some DIY stuff (electric drill, tools and the like). It will be dry but unheated and will have ambient ventilation from outside via an airbrick.I had already decided to put a dehumidifier in...as condensation may