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Microadventures Close to London

A while ago I suggested a few ideas for microadventures close to London. Today I wanted to share a few that I have done myself. You might also find this post inspiring.

I don’t apologise for this being an overly London-centric blog. I hope that what it shows is that if you can do microadventures like this close to enormous, crowded London which lies so far from any decent wilderness then you can definitely do them where you live!

If you are tempted to try a microadventure yourself then hopefully the links on this infographic will help you with all you need to know.

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  1. Your commute post reminds me of a blog a did regarding my bike rides around town – and a blog challenge i posted about blogging your daily adventures – http://goingeast.ca/blog/2011/07/16/a-bike-tour-around-ottawa/

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