20 Ways To Add Adventure To Your Life In 2020

Dominic Colville

20 Ways To Add Adventure To Your Life In 2020

We Are Explorers' writer suggests 'adding more adventure to your life'

Posted on 06.01.2020

A new article published by We Are Explorers on ways to spice up your life

Tired of the usual New Year’s resolutions? 

Start 2020 afresh by adding more adventure to your life instead!

  1. Get physically ready for adventure
    When we feel we’re not capable of keeping up with a group or fit enough to take on a challenge outdoors, it can be a barrier to adventure. Get fit outdoors doing the activity you want to get stronger at – hiking, trail running, rock climbing, kayaking, ocean swimming.
  2. Commit to an adventure goal
    Having a goal, like a bucket list hike or an adventure race, gives you something to look forward to, and train for. Start with a half day experience, build up to a full day and then an overnight adventure, to practise using your gear and gaining the skills and confidence for your big adventure.
  3. Get inspired
    Add some outdoor books, podcasts, magazines and films to your usual read/watch list …
  4. Ask for adventure gear as gifts
  5. Start small
  6. Take an adventure holiday
  7. Try something new every month.
  8. Set yourself fun outdoor challenges

and much more

Why not give them a go?

Lisa Marshall
We Are Explorers





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