26 June 2022

Moving Blog To New Website

After using this blog platform for the past seventeen years; ever since I set up my business (back in 2006!); I am reluctantly moving my blog across to my new website; so everything will be all together.


This Is The New Website + This Is The New Blog

As one of my favorite radio presenters used to say 'if you have been - thank you for listening'

Thanks! Nathan

11 June 2022

Bushcraft Skills - Basecamp

Bushcraft Skills - Basecamp:

When you hit the wilderness and decide to stop to build a shelter, make camp, look for water, etc - the very first thing you want to do is get a decent basecamp.

This is where you can put your belongings and gear somewhere clean, safe, protected from elements and protected from animals.

Everything is together and organised. Up off the ground is good - a tree makes a great cupboard!

If rain or snow is likely however then under an uprooted tree stump or under an overhanging rock is good.


If you are going wandering have your gear prominent. Not being able to find stuff again can be more common than you would think!

More Bushcraft Resources Here
Bushcraft Training Courses Here

9 June 2022

Beginner To Lead Scrambler Course : In The Caha Mountains/West Cork & MacGillycuddy Reeks/Kerry



At the end of this Aug we are running a six-day Beginner To Lead Scrambler Course; split between the Caha Mountains/West Cork and MacGillycuddy Reeks/Kerry.

The course is divided into two three-day blocks (24th Aug-Fri 26th Aug Plus 31st Aug-Fri 2nd Sept).

This course covers the skills and ropework to lead and second on rock steps, mountain ridges and mountain gullies - safely and using a rope when needed.

Two places are still available for it.

More Here: www.outdoorsireland.com/activities/scramble-skills

info@outdoorsireland.com
+353 (0) 86 860 45 63

5 June 2022

Bushcraft Skills - Debris Shelter




Bushcraft Skills - Debris Shelter:

Made from whatever 'debris' is available to you. (All dead and on the ground - apart from bracken/rhododendron you should not be taking anything living generally).

You will see a long ridge-pole, an a-frame doorway, ribbing along each side, then the entire frame is covered with debris, such as leaf-mould. The covering should be compacted and should ideally be arm depth in thickness.

More Bushcraft Tips & Resources Here: www.outdoorsireland.com/resources

3 June 2022

Sunset & Half-Day Kayaking Tours In Killarney National Park : Sunrise, Sunset, Bioluminesence & Half-Day Kayaking Tours In Glengarriff Nature Reserve







This June Bank Holiday Weekend we've loads happening; and absolutely stunning weather forecast!

In Killarney National Park; half-day and sunset guided kayaking tours.

In Glengarriff Nature Reserve; sunrise, sunset, bioluminesence, and half-day guided kayaking tours.

For Details Or Booking:
info@outdoorsireland.com
+353 (0) 86 860 45 63

All Beginner Friendly
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