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 ReWild Yourself


Reconnect with your wild side on the 30,000 acre Glen Dye Estate with teaching from world-renowned experts.

Saturday 23 May 2020 - four nights

Axe Throwing / Wild Swimming / Deer Butchery / Hiking / Foraging / Fire Starting / Dutch Oven Cooking / Fish on Fire / Campfire Storytelling / Cordage Making / Wood Carving / Rabbit Butchery + Cooking / Shelter Building / Campfire Singalongs / Nature Arts + Craft... and much more

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the place

Glen Dye is a private estate of around 30,000 acres and our cabins and cottages sit slap bang at its centre, surrounded by wilderness forest and moorland on the banks of the River Dye. The location is fabled; watched over by the massive granite tor of Clochnaben and at the northern end of the Cairn o Mount mountain pass. This is where the Howe of the Mearns finally gives in to the Highland boundary fault; wild, beautiful and very, very quiet. 


The food at Camp Glen Dye is an event in itself. We take campfire cooking to a whole new level, using the world-famous produce available on our doorstep to create unforgettable wild feasts. Our chefs and cooks do spectacular things over fire - from pop-up supper clubs with the legendary Free Company to wood-fired pizzas with foraged toppings. Food is a main stage headliner at Glen Dye! 

 Breakfast, lunch and dinner are included in your Camp Glen Dye ticket. 


We have three perfect holiday cottages each with outdoor, woodfired hot tubs and one with its own private cabin. We have also converted the old estate sawmill into a private outdoors paradise; here you’ll find a 1955 Airstream with a giant bed, a fully restored foresters’ kitchen and sitting room, a spectacular outdoor shower and a woodfired hot tub. These cabins and cottages combine jaw dropping wild locations with perfect comfort and style.


We provide the setting, the activities and the food, but it’s the people who really make Camp Glen Dye. Is there anything better than sitting around a campfire with like-minded folk, putting the world to rights with a wee dram in hand? Great company is what you bring and you bring it in spades; we’re blessed to have a truly wonderful bunch of folk join us each time. With only 30 places on every camp, our focus is on intimate experiences and meaningful connections. 



Axe & Paddle

Founded by Steven Le Say in 2012, Axe & Paddle Bushcraft practice and teach traditional green woodworking crafts and bushcraft skills. 


The Wild Bushcraft Company 

The Wild Bushcraft Company helps people to appreciate the wonders of the natural world. Underpinning everything they do is a desire to teach others about how they can get the most out of their environment; surviving and thriving in a way that is sustainable long term. 


James Sills

James is a folk musician and singer who has dedicated much of his recent life to inspiring people to sing, whatever they believe that their ability in this area is. He is the author of Do Sing: Reclaim your voice, find your singing tribe, and host of podcast Sing, Sing, Sing.




Charlie & Caroline Gladstone

The Gladstones are founders of Glen Dye Cabins & Cottages, co-founders of The Good Life Experience festival, founded vintage homewares brand Pedlars, are owners of the Hawarden Estate Farm Shop and The Glynne Arms and are co-authors of The Pedlars Guide to The Great Outdoors. They are also farmers.

They have six children and six dogs and divide their time between the highlands of Scotland, London and Hawarden, where Charlie grew up.


Use the code 50DEPOSIT at checkout to pay 50% now and we will invoice you for the remaining balance 6 week prior the event.