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Vango Nevis

You may recognise this tent as similar in style to the Tigris range, also by Vango. In fact the design of the Nevis range is based on the Tigris design, but given extra features and space to accommodate the whole family.
Nevis 400
The Vango Nevis tent is a fantastic example of a tunnel tent. This style of tent provides a lot of headroom for a relativity small footprint, its steep sides mean that it sheds rain well. At just over 13 kilos this is not a lightweight tent, but in comparison …

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Vango Viper Sleeping Bags

The Vango Viper sleeping bags are high performance goose down filled sleeping bags.  These sleeping bags are highly insulated with 90% down and 10% feathers and are popular with campers.
With many things in life you get what you pay for and with the Vango Viper range of sleeping bags you are investing in your own comfort.  These sleeping bags may appear at first glance to be not as cheap as other bags.  However, having spent a lot of money on your tent why would you skimp on your own comfort …

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Vango Tempest 200 & 300

The Vango Tempest 200 and Vango Tempest 300 are part of Vango’s lightweight tunnel tents range.  These Vango tents are designed to be a good balance between meeting the demands of wild camping and being kind to your wallet.
When buying a tent, Tents Camping understands it is essential to have all the information at your finger tips.  This is why we have not only supplied you with our views on the Vango Tempest 200 and 300 but we have also searched the net to bring you the best prices and …

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Vango Icarus 500

The Vango Icarus 500 is one of Vango’s most popuVango-Icaruslar family tunnel tents due in no small part that it represents great value for money. This flexible tent is available in two sizes, the four man Vango Icarus 400 and the 5 man Vango Icarus 500. So lets see what makes this tent such a good buy.

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Should be left alone in the wild?

I been watching Channel 4’s Alone in the Wild which finished on Thursday night and I am still thinking about it 4 days later, but not in a good way.
If you happened on this awful piece of television you may have thought that you were watching Eastenders which has in nearly every scene somebody crying, well this was no different.  The documentary is based on Ed Wardle who has a “lifetime ambition” to be left alone in the Yukon for 3 months and live off his wits.
The premise of …