Bushcraft – Chatsworth, Hob Hurst’s House & Forest Wild Camp

In this video I catch the bus to Baslow and then have a gentle stroll through the picturesque Chatsworth Estate. I follow the River Derwent down towards Beeley and then head up on to the moors to visit Hob Hurst’s House which is a 3,000 year old burial mound. From there I make my way over to our usual forest camp location to meet up with Jay, Tiny and Mark. A great night was had by all and not even the rain was enough to dampen our spirits.

Links related to the video
Jay’s Channel – https://www.youtube.com/user/GoonieFan
Stanage Edge Walk & Chatsworth Wild Swim – https://youtu.be/kPjj7ZJz4i0
Forest Wild Camp – Riber Castle & Lumsdale – https://youtu.be/KOPdKeCrjM0
Forest Wild Camp – Spring Bloom – https://youtu.be/meCuUo8LiEk
Micro Muff DSLR Wind Protector – http://amzn.to/1EsNYF7

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All music by Dean Read. Footage shot with a Canon 550D with an 18-55mm Lens, the night footage was with an iPhone 6 Plus and it was all edited in iMovie

4 thoughts on “Bushcraft – Chatsworth, Hob Hurst’s House & Forest Wild Camp

  1. Looks like a great night! I enjoyed the video (just having a catch up) – it must be Australia time now – hope it’s a brilliant trip and I’ll look forward to seeing the other Derwent!

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    1. Hi Louise, thanks for watching the video and for taking the time to comment. I’m currently packing the suitcases as we fly on Tuesday evening, really looking forward to it šŸ™‚ fingers crossed I’ll be posting videos and also images to my other website http://www.DeanRead.net

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  2. Your videos are spot on Dean. I used to spend a lot of time wild camping a few years back and it tailed off with work and stuff – you’re videos are getting the juices flowing and I’m planning my next trip; a winter camp at Mermaids Pool on Kinder (from yout other video). Keep it up mate.

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