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Beat The Clock – a Challenge Autumn is a beautiful time of year. If you bivvy in the woods you'll marvel at the beautiful colours of the leaves. Return to a place you slept in the summer to savour quite how much the place has changed. The sun sets earlier so you'll have more chance to star gaze too. Read »
A One Year Expedition Around Scotland I’m a big fan of seeking out epic adventures close to home. Will Copestake’s trip is a perfect example and a great inspiration for Adventure1000. Here’s what he has to say: In 2013 I set off on an adventure that […] Read »
Microadventure: The London Series Well, this is blooming marvellous… From June – September 2014, a group of over 60 London dwellers took part in the London Series Microadventure challenge. Once a week we escaped our desk jobs to sleep out in one of the […] Read »
Do you Wish you had More Time for Adventure? Do you wish you had more time for adventure? Do you struggle to catch up with friends as often as you’d like? Do you have to be back at work by 9am tomorrow morning? If so, then I made this […] Read »
Life as an Adventurous Soul in London can be Tough It may seem an odd place for a microadventure, but I’ll argue that’s what makes it worthwhile. There is a deep sense of triumph and satisfaction to be had from finding even a modicum of serenity in an area populated by 8.3 million people. For that evening, we did something out of the ordinary. We were naughty little scamps, out late on a school night, without a care in the world. Read »
Microadventure Solstice Winners The Summer Solstice Microadventure Challenge is 3 years old, and this year we’ve had more entries than ever! Hundreds of people headed for the hills for their very own microadventure. Thank you, and congratulations, to everyone who got involved. I […] Read »
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