From time to time we like to introduce stories from the blogs… This is a lovely story from Keith Rickaby author of the blog Wisepacking Portugal packing… Although we had the option to take hold luggage along with us to Portugal
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Every day we are so lucky to receive updates, stories and photos from our lovely customers and friends from all over the world, telling us where they are and often sharing the stories of their own Rohan gear.
My name is Jason Lawton and I live and work in the beautiful country of Mauritania, which straddles the Sahara desert and Sahel grassland region of north-western Africa. This is where the Arab world meets sub-Saharan Africa.
Andrea Meanwell on the Isle of Lewis In order to see the best sheep that the Lake District has to offer, a visit to one of the agricultural shows or shepherds meets during the summer and Autumn will guarantee a fantastic spectacle…
Observation on the Rohan Gift Your Gear event. Stand out donations include some lovely heritage garments not only from Rohan include Mountain Equipment Cerro Torre Douvet jacket with Dacron Hollfil label circa 1987.
The latest Gift Your Gear story father and daughter undertake a forty miles round trip on their bikes to take a rucksack full of unwanted outdoor gear to Rohan St Andrews to donate to Gift Your Gear
Due to popular demand we’ve added a second date in October for our weekend on Dartmoor organised by HF Holidays. We will be exploring the wilds of Dartmoor and the historic naval town of Dartmouth.
I’m going to Myanmar in late September, daytime temperatures in Burma should vary roughly between 76 and 86 degrees in Yangon, A 40% chance of thunderstorms, daily and humidity between 75% and 98%.