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Wild Camping: Exploring and Sleeping in the Wild

Wild Camping Exploring and Sleeping in the Wilds of the UK and Ireland camping things to take in rucksack

Need some inspiration to help you get out there and hit the trail? Not sure where your next microadventure should be? Maybe you’re not even sure what a microadventure is.

For this collection of wild camping books, we’ve pulled together a few of our go-to favourites, to help you get the most out of the great outdoors. We’ve got books on bikepacking (that’s hiking with a bike, also known as just ‘biking’) as well as survival guides and inspiration on where to go for your next UK mini adventure.

As always at Camping Things, we only choose the best, so you’re assured a great read, whatever you choose.

Wild Camping: Exploring and Sleeping in the Wild by Stephen Neale

‘More than meets the eye in Neale’s expertly curated adventure book.’

It may not look like much on the front cover, but inside, Neale’s Wild Camping Sleeping in the Wild is one of the most engaging and comprehensive guides to wild camping in the UK and Ireland, that we’ve seen in a long time.

Neale covers each corner of the British Isles, plus everywhere in between, highlighting where to stay, what to do, and what you ought to know about local laws and law of the land. Combined with charming personal insights into Neale’s own life as an adventurer, this book makes great reading for the evening, and for whenever you get a little bit of downtime.

From the Scottish Highlands to the living waves of Britain’s wildest coasts, and what Neale refers to as ‘Middle Earth’, whatever sort of adventure you’re looking for — even if it’s just in your head — you’ll find it in Wild Camping.

Our guide to the Best Wild Camping Books

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