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Microadventures are Fun

The number one reason you should go on a microadventure: it’s good fun!
All these photos come from short, simple cheap trips in my own country. There’s no excuse not to do it yourself!

Summer river swim

A man who let us sleep in his garden. He came out at dawn with a cup of tea for us. Rob took a photo of him in his pants.

Camping spot

Walking a lap of the M25 - aided by a shopping trolley

Cuillin Ridge Sgurr Alasdair

Across Scotland by foot and packraft - the fishing hut we gatecrashed for two nights

Sea kayaking in Wales

Self portrait jump.

Sea kayaking in Wales

Wild Swim Microadventure

The Caveman Diaries

Jump

Wild Hut

howies microadventure

Twatt

Sunrise skinny dip on Scarborough sands

If you do head off on a microadventure, please let me know. Tag it on Twitter with the hashtag #microadventure or pop something on the new Microadventures Facebook Page.
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If you have any friends who could benefit from a microadventure, please send them this link.
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