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Microadventure Planning Evening

Interested in trying a microadventure?

Need a little push to actually make it happen?

Got questions that need answers?

Looking for advice on kit, where to go and what to do?

Interested in meeting other people who are interested in microadventures?

Like beer?

Then come along to this event in London on Monday evening! I’ll do my best to help you make stuff happen.

I’m pleased to be running the event in collaboration with Escape the City. This is the first microadventure event I have organised. If there is anything that you think would be useful for me to include please do let me know, either by email or in the comments. This is not a money-making event for me: it’s just an experiment to see whether I can successfully persuade people to get out there and try their first ever microadventure.

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  1. Bad timing man – it’s Bank Holiday weekend. I for one will have managed to escape the city on Monday.

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    • Alastair Posted

      Unfortunately it was the only date we could manage until mid-June!
      Hopefully sufficient people will be back into the city by 7pm…

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  2. Hello! Very keen on the micro adventure event! Bringing at least five

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  3. Hello, super keen to attend this event and bringing at least five friends along. Curious what the capacity is on the event? as don’t want to over invite. Regards, Lisa

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  4. Would love to have attended too but being the Bank Holiday I’ll be lucky enough to be out of town and camping up in The Lakes. I hope it all goes well though and possibly leads to more like minded events.

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  5. Penn White Posted

    I am very intrigued in microadventures, but alas, I do not live in England.

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  6. I think that this weekend’s microadventure might be to get along from Swindon by bike…

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  7. Beers involved?!! im in!

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  8. Andy Posted

    Unable to make the event unfortunately but my first microadventure takes place tonight! Train from manchester to edale, then all I have to do is cycle home through the Peak District! All my gear is loaded on my bike!!!! Ill post pics when I return!

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  9. Pete Posted

    The microadventure concept is awesome! Is the venue wheelchair accessible?

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  10. Paul Gallagher Posted

    My wife and I are coming. Looking forward to it. Got our first micro adventure planned but extra advice will always be welcome! See you Monday.

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  11. Andy Posted

    Freshly back from my first microadventure, sleeping up at Kinder Downfall and it was amazing! Slept in my bivi, with a tarp to protect me from the rain, it was the most fun i have had this year! Roll on next week, im off to do it all again!

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  12. Elly Mac Posted

    We need something like this down under!!!

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  13. Al,
    Are you planning to run another one of these nights? Only just seen this, would be cool to hook up with like minded microadventurists in the Laaaandan area

    Hix

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