The pictures say it all – its wild remote camping. Which is camping at its best! Traveling light and finding campsites as you need them is a hard thing to beat. Getting it right can be trial and error. The weather always plays a part, no one likes to be woken up by water rising into the tent.Winter or summer camping you will want to be comfortable and there is no reason why you shouldn’t be!

A November evening in Wicklow
A November evening in Wicklow

We have plenty of advice for anyone thinking of taking up Wild Camping:

Camping Equipment – lightweight mountain tent, lightweight sleeping bag and liner other extras…

Tents – where to place the tent is important,

Clothing – waterproofs, sleepwear, clothing for the next day

Foods – high energy, lightweight, tasty

Drinks – tea, coffee or hot chocolate

Cooking Kits – what fuel, gas or meths, stove or Trangia

The above is just a taste of what will be explored and explained on our wild camping courses. 

If you are member of a group we can organise a training day specific to your needs.

For full details on our wild camping expeditions and workshops please contact us at info@mountainleaders.ie.

A green tent is very discrete and wont stand out attracting attention.
A green tent is very discrete and wont stand out attracting attention.