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Microadventure FAQs

The appeal of microadventures is that they make adventure accessible to people who may have very little outdoor experience.

I hope that this page will answer most of the common questions I get asked from people looking to go on their first microadventure. If you have any other suggestions for tips I should add to this page, please let me know.

These posts should be all you need to get off the sofa, out the front door, and up a hill for the night…

And, of course, I’d be delighted if you buy the Microadventures book.

And finally, a PDF summary of microadventures with loads of click-able links to useful blog posts. Please share, distribute or hack it as you wish.

If this doesn’t answer your questions then please get in touch. I’d be happy to help you!

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