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Getting new people involved in Microadventures “Do you remember the first time? I can’t remember a worse time. But you know that we’ve changed so much since then…” – Pulp My first night in a bivvy bag was grim. I was under-dressed and cold. I was […] Read »
Considerate Wild Camping My general advice about the legality and rules for sleeping wild are that if you are polite and friendly, spend only one night in a place, camp discreetly, and leave absolutely no trace when you depart, then you’ll be fine. […] Read »
Family Life Draining You? Take Your Kids Wild Camping A guest post from Diane Vukovic about her experiences camping with her young daughter. Growing up, my dad would take my sister and me backpacking in the Adirondack Mountains of NY State.  We slept in lean-tos, carried our own packs, […] Read »
We Hurt The Things We Love – a short film about Running Every month I visit the Lake District to spend a day running in the hills. It’s good for the body, good for the head, good for the soul. I film the run and chat to myself about whatever feels important […] Read »
Wild Baking Microadventure A night away from the world, under the stars in a bivvy bag, can benefit many different people in many different ways. I am interested to start exploring what a microadventure might mean to a variety of individuals. Here then […] Read »
Adventure for Good? This is one of those blog posts that might come across as hypocritical, preaching or judgemental. Apologies. But I’m also glad, as they often spark the most interesting conversations. Here I go. I’ve been mulling over the relationship between Adventure and […] Read »

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