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Ideas For Backpacking Breakfasts

By Karen Branscombe - 28 April 2021
Fruity porridge

Need some inspiration for backpacking breakfasts for your next trip? Look no further! I’ve got healthy and practical ideas for you below 🙂 Having a good, nutritional breakfast to start the day off with can really set you up for the day, and help you to achieve more constant energy levels for the rest of …

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Where to buy backpacking food in the UK

By Karen Branscombe - 14 April 2021
Camping Ready Meals

This article is for you if you are looking for resources on where to buy pre-prepared backpacking food in the UK. Of course, it isn’t just for backpackers, but also bikepackers, and adventurists of all kinds. At the end of the post, I will also cover some easy to find British supermarket options for lightweight …

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What Is The Best Food To Bring Backpacking?

By Karen Branscombe - 28 March 2021
backpacking food

Ever wondered how people decide what to bring with them when planning food for their backpacking trip? In this blog I discuss the types of foods available to bring with us when camping, and highlight the merits of each one. In my previous blog I discussed how to calculate the number of calories you would …

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How Much Food To Take Backpacking Per Day?

By Karen Branscombe - 22 March 2021
Backpacking meal plan

Imagine this, you’ve organised a 5 day hike on one of your local trails. All of your gear is now gathered, and the only thing left to pack is your food for the trip. But wait a second! How much do you food do you have to take backpacking per day? If you want to …

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Trail Food: How To Plan Healthy Backpacking Meals

By Karen Branscombe - 3 March 2021
wilderness, outdoor, hiking

Read on to discover how to go about planning healthy meals for a multi-day backpacking trip. Having enjoyable food to eat while you’re out on a multiple-day backpacking trip is mood boosting and can make all the difference between feeling full of beans and wanting to curl up in a bush. If you plan your …

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Norfolk Coast Path End of Trip Review

By Karen Branscombe - 12 February 2021
Backpacking Trip Review

It’s a good idea to review each camping trip after you come back and make notes of what went well, and what, um, didn’t…at all! This is my review of how my three-day backpacking trip on the Norfolk Coast went. ***To read about the trip itself please click on the links at the bottom of …

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Norfolk Coast Path Day 3 – Wells to Burnham Deepdale

By Karen Branscombe - 9 February 2021
Burnham Overy Staithe

Day 3 of the Norfolk Coast Path section continues on beginning the day at Wells-next-the-sea. You can read days one and two by either clicking on the highlighted text or on the links at the bottom of this blog. Table of Contents Wells to Burnham DeepdaleLeaving Wells-Next-The-SeaThe Holkham National Nature ReserveBurnham Overy StaitheBurnham NortonDeepdale Marsh …

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Norfolk Coast Path Day 2 – Weybourne to Wells

By Karen Branscombe - 2 February 2021
Cley windmill, North Norfolk Coast path

You can read Day 1 here. I got up early and had a nice breakfast of overnight oats before packing my tent away. However, I wanted to look around Weybourne a little before getting started on some stoney beach walking. There is a nice church, a pub, and a little corner shop with a café …

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National Trail: Norfolk Coast Path Day 1 – Cromer to Weybourne

By Karen Branscombe - 26 January 2021
Sheringham Beach Huts

The Norfolk Coast Path officially opened in 1986 as a long-distance footpath from Hunstanton to Cromer. It is 47 miles/77 km and crosses beaches, dunes, seafronts and passes through small villages. The terrain is gentle and easy walking, and many sections of the route can be accessed by wheelchair users. Since then the route has …

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