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Midsummer Microadventure Challenge… a progress report

Despite foul weather, loads of people have been heading out on microadventures.
The weather in the UK is supposed to be great over the next week so why don’t you take inspiration from the folk below and head out on your own little microadventure?
If you don’t know how to do stuff like this, click here.
You can win brilliant prizes simply by going out and having fun. Click here to find out how!

A father and son microadventure:

Work colleagues on a 5-to-9 microadventure:

A beatbox/yoga/hulahoop-ing microadventure (for those so inclined!):

And, finally, a little inspiration from the Hobbit to remind you that nothing is not as daunting as it sounds…

A bit more social media inspiration for you:

Now get planning and get out there!

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  1. Dan Knapp Posted

    Thanks for giving us the motivation to get our there and do this. Leo and I had an absolute blast and he’s already asking about our next trip! I’m going to need to get another bivvy though if he’s going to get any bigger, two of us in an old army bivvy bag was pretty tight!

    Also awesome to see all these other people getting out too. I feel inspired.

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