CampingHikingKayakingMicroadventuresOutdoor Adventures60 Microadventure ideas you need to try by Bex January 22, 2023 January 22, 2023 Microadventures are one of the best ways to break your routine and add more adventure to your life. They are small, simple, and accessible experiences that can be done close to home. Or you can go bigger. The beauty is, it’s up to you!A microadventure is like a mini vacation for your soul, without having to take a leave from your job or break the bank! It’s like a secret portal to a world of fun and excitement, tucked away in the everyday routine of your life. Think of it as a choose-your-own-adventure, where instead of reading about the protagonist’s journey, YOU are the protagonist. It’s like a tiny rebellion against the boring and mundane, a way to spice up your life and make it a little more interesting!They’re a great way to explore new places and try new things, without the need for expensive equipment or extensive planning. I urge you to try going on your very own Microadventute, and to get you started I’ve written a mega list of 60 ideas for amazing microadventures to inspire you to get outside and have some fun!Simple Microadventrue Ideas1. Take a walk in a nearby park or nature reserve2. Go for a bike ride on a nearby bike trail or path3. Take a picnic in a nearby park or forest4. Go for a wild swim in a nearby lake or river or in the sea5. Go stargazing in your backyard or local park6. Try out some urban exploration in your city or town7. Go and watch the sunset somewhere beautiful nearby. A hill, beach or local beauty spot.8. Go for a sunrise walk, the best way to wake up.9. Have a bonfire and make s’mores10. Go stargazing11. Go birdwatching at a nearby wildlife refuge or sanctuary12. Go rock collecting or fossil hunting13. Try a new watersport like Stand Up Paddle Boarding or Kayaking14. Sleep in your back garden for a night15. Choose a local landmark and hike or cycle there16. Pick a random village or town you have never been to and plan a bike ride17. Change up your commute. Get off early and walk, cycle to work, or plan a 5-9 adventure.18. Go camping!19. Get out in nature, learn about wildlife and try to spot some amazing creatures20. Take a trip to a nearby beach for a day of surfing or windsurfing.21. Try some urban exploration by exploring abandoned buildings or hidden gems in your city22. Go geocaching, a modern-day treasure-hunting game that uses GPS coordinates to find hidden caches23. Go foraging and collect wild fruits, berries, or mushrooms in a nearby forest or park24. Find the highest hill near where you live and hike to the top25. Make a den in some nearby woodland26. Visit a hillfort27. Watch a meteor shower28. Follow a disused railway line and see where it goes29. Cook and eat outdoors with friends30. Go on an Arbitrary JourneyIdeas for the more adventurousHere are some ideas for more challenging microadventures that may require more planning, equipment, and physical fitness:31. Go bivviyng32. Go on a multi-day backpacking trip in a nearby wilderness area or national park33. Go rock climbing or mountaineering in a nearby mountain range or cliff34. Go white water rafting or kayaking35. Go ice climbing or mountaineering in a nearby icefall or glacier36. ry cave exploration and spelunking in a nearby cave system37. Go canyoneering and explore a nearby slot canyon38. Try scuba diving in a nearby lake or quarry39. Go on a wilderness and survival and camping retreat and learn how to unleash your inner Bear Grylls.40. Go canyoneering and explore a slot canyon41. Walk all the way across a country42. Follow a roman road43. Sleep on a hill44. sleep in the woods45. Explore a river from sea to source46. Walk the coast47. Sleep on a mountain48. Go on a boothy adventure49. Cycle to the sea from your home or workplace50. Go tubing51. Try wild camping52. Get a bus or train to the end of the line, and make your way back home53. Follow a historic trail54. Get inspired by a book you love and plan an adventure around it55. Plan something for the solstice56. Go bikepacking57. Take a friend on a microadventure58. Sign up for a challenge and test yourself59. complete a long-distance hike or bike ride60. Pick a random spot on a map and plan your adventureI hope this blog post has given you lots of inspiration, and you’re now bursting to the seams with Microadventure ideas you want to try.I would love to hear how you get on! Let me know in the comments below, or connect with me on social media. You can find me @begintoadventure. Likewise, feel free to tag your post with #begintomicroadventure So I can see all of your amazing photos and read your adventure stories.If you have any questions or need some guidance, just let me know!Thanks for reading and have fun on your adventures,Bex 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail previous post Unlock the Adventure Within: Discover the Meaning of Microadventure next post Microadventure Kit List: Packing Light and Exploring the Great Outdoors You may also like 65 Best UK Adventures You Need To Try... February 1, 2023 How To Plan A Microadventure: The Ultimate Guide January 24, 2023 Microadventure Kit List: Packing Light and Exploring the... January 23, 2023 Unlock the Adventure Within: Discover the Meaning of... 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