Here is a list of links to videos and articles about my microadventures…
Hitching4Cancer: Hitchhiking to the Arctic Circle - a video following my 3200km charity hitchhike to the Arctic Circle.
A Lap of the Monopoly Board - a photo video of my attempt to visit every street and station on the Monopoly board in a single day.
Crib Goch – An Extreme Challenge for a Vertigo Sufferer - an article about me challenging my vertigo as I tackle the knife-edge Crib Goch ridge.
Scrambling in the Lakes – a video following my first real experience of graded scrambling – two nerve jangling scrambles up Jake’s Rake in the Great Langdales, and the Lord’s Rake on Scafell.
A Microadventure in Snowdonia - a video following my first ever mountain climb in the snow (Snowdon) as well as a fantastic ridge walk (Nanttle Ridge).
Whitby to Scarborough along the North Yorkshire Coast - a video following our two-day, 25 mile walk, and wild camp, along the cliff tops between Whitby and Scarborough.
A New Year’s Microadventure - recreating our sleep under the stars, wormhole crawl and bridge jump… this time on a freezing New Year’s.
15 Miles to Somewhere: A Random Microadventure - The Challenge: Spin a bottle outside my front door. Walk for 15 miles in the precise direction it points. The result was spectacular!
A Munro Bagging Microadventure - a video following my first Munro Bagging expedition. 13 Munros in five epic walks. Worth watching to the end!
A Microadventure in the Yorkshire Dales - my first microadventure video following two long (and very wet) walks in the Yorkshire Dales… and my first ever wild camp!
The Wormhole, Bridge Jumping & Sleeping Under the Stars - a blog post detailing one of the most memorable days of my life… one that took microadventuring to the next level!
The Pennine Way: Edale to Marsden - a photographic blog charting our two-day 18 mile walk from Edale to Marsden.
For more inspiration for your own microadventures check out Al Humphrey’s ‘Year of Microadventure‘ which includes a variety of ways to find adventure which is close to home, cheap, simple, short yet still utterly invigorating.
Also, watch this space for my forthcoming list of 101 Microadventure Ideas.