Adventures for a weekend
When thinking about adventures, your imagination can run wild dreaming up week-long (or more) trips and then a big sigh as you realise you don't have enough annual leave left, if in a 9-5er! Cue.... the mini adventure! It can be squeezed into a weekend (or long weekend) without feeling like it's been a right faff or rush.
Here's a list of 10 mini adventures I've done over the past couple of years, to share the adventure idea lovin' (we all love a bit of lovin' after all!) - from super close to home and catering to all fitness levels, to slightly more challenging. Keep your eyes peeled for more posts too!
1) Cycling the gluts-busting Fred Whitton route
Days: Two days cycling (or one day if keen to smash it out)
2) Running the Causeway Coastal Path
Days: Two days excludes travel time (51 km in total, so can do in one day in up for less sight-seeing)
3) Walking the South West Coastal Path
Days: One day walking although could go for much longer!
4) Cycling Dunwich Dynamo
Days: Overnight, from London Fields in east London to Dunwich on south-east coast
Costs involved: Bus back from Dunwich, unless you're up for cycling back again! Or train back from Ipswich, which is approx 50km away
5) Microadventure in Hampstead Heath, London (but shhhhh!)
Costs involved: none (love this kind of adventure!)
6) Coasteering in Lulworth Cove
Days: Half day or full day
Costs involved: Activity cost including any kit rental (helmet, wetsuit etc)
7) Hiking the Three Peaks
Days: The aim is to complete the challenge within 24 hours
Costs involved: Transport vehicle and driver for the route
8) Hiking the Yorkshire Three Peaks
Days: One day, the aim is to complete the walk within 12 hours
Costs involved: transport to the start / finish
9) Running the Chilterns Way
Days: One day, you can decide how long you want to run/walk for (total distance is a circular 125 mile route)
10) Cycling The Way of the Roses
Days: Three days cycling time (exc. travel time) but longer if you want to spend more time exploring the area
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