What to bring with you on your

Spirited Adventure

These outdoor adventures are all in the woods from 1 hour up to 4 days which may also include sleeping overnight in tents or under a tarp so please dress accordingly. 


What we recommend is only meant as a guide to help you prepare for your adventure.

We suggest;



  • Waterproof and comfortable footwear - wellington boots, walking boots or something you don't mind getting dirty or wet if it rains.
  • Good comfortable trousers. Please consider that denim soaks up water if it gets wet, making jeans cold and uncomfortable should it rain.
  • Long sleeves and trousers are a good idea to stop the insects bites if we have a few bugs flying about.
  • Shirts, hoodies, jumpers and a coat to keep you warm, dry and comfortable.
  • A peak hat or cap can assist your shooting.
  • A set of waterproof trousers & jacket if you have them, or if not at least a good jacket and umbrella to keep any rain off you.
  • Please feel free to bring any snacks and drinks you may want during the day.
  • Don't forget a camera.
  • Please try not to wear excessive jewellery, large rings and necklaces which may restrict your movements and the safe handling an air rifle and other bushcraft tools.
  • NO alcohol.
  • Don't forget a camera!

Camping Gear if you're staying overnight with us

  • Enough clean & dry clothes for your duration. Remember to have at least one full set of dry clothes (which can be kept in your vehicle) to change into if the clothes you are wearing become soaked.
  • Sleeping bag, a sleeping matt and a woolly hat for the evenings.
  • A warm jacket/coat for the evening.
  • Torch, wash kit.




All 1 - 8 Hour Adventures - please bring your own snacks, drinks and lunches.


Self Catering - if you are staying overnight with us

  • Please bring your own meals for 2 lunches, 1 evening meal, 1 breakfast and any snacks and drinks you may want during your Adventure.

To help you decide what food to bring,  The 3 ways to Cook with an open fire are:

  • IN IT - Boiling pans, jacket potatoes.
  • ON IT - Frying.
  • OVER IT - Toasting.              

Try to bring food which requires the minimum of preparation and the least amount of cooking pots.  We have pots and pans, plates, cups and cutlery for everyone's use. If you would like advice on the best foods to bring please ask.


Suggested MenuIntended as a guide for ease and simplicity.

  • All cold foods which require no heating are a great idea. Sandwiches, salads, breads, quiches and breakfast pastries etc.
  • Pre prepared meals such as pre cooked but frozen meals such as stews, curry's, chilli con carne, bolognaise and casseroles etc are simply to re-heat from frozen and only use 1 pot.
  • All dried foods such as pasta, boil in the bag rice, noodles with a sauce.


  • Cold foods such as pastries, fruit and cereals.
  • Cooked foods such as sausages, burgers, bacon, beans, pancakes and porridge.


  • Cold foods such as sandwiches, wraps, cakes and snacks.
  • Cooked foods such as soup, noodle, pasta, rice, burgers and sausages.

Evening Meal - suggested to have a hot meal

  • Frozen meals to reheat.
  • Jacket potatoes wrapped in tin foil in the fire 15-20 minutes.
  • Pasta, noodles, rice etc with a sauce.


We will have plenty of tea, coffee, milk and fresh water available throughout.


Please bring with you anything you feel may make your day as comfortable as possible. If you want to check with us please let us know and we will assist you the best way we can. 

What We Supply For You


Plenty of refreshments. 

All tools, equipment and materials will be provided.

All wild game and other food activities will be provided for, unless stated otherwise. 


We do have a few extra items if you are struggling with the kit list such;

Cooking pots, Bivvy bags to keep your sleeping bags dry, foam mats and wool blankets.


Please inform us before your adventure and we may be able to provide some useful items.