Outdoor photographers are finding adventure indoors. From using flour to dirty laundry, these artists have found a way to bring the outdoors inside.
We found some of the best workout and fitness apps that are specific to outdoor sports like climbing and cycling as well as home workout apps that will help you cross-train and maintain mobility and flexibility.
Online education is growing and with everything going virtual right now, it’s the best time to hone your skills for your next outdoor adventure. While you’re staying at home, it doesn’t mean you can’t continue educating yourself on your passions so you come out of this with more knowledge.
Adventure films have a way to inspire us from our couch. They encourage us to venture outside of our comfort zones. They leave us fulfilled and motivated to scale mountains. We found 10 powerful adventure films that will encourage you through these uncertain times.
Outdoor podcasts are the new campfire stories during this time. Everyone loves a good story, especially if it involves the outdoors. While we can’t quite gather around the campfire with friends right now, we can sit back and listen to stories in our homes. We found five outdoor podcasts that will teach you about nature, inspire your own storytelling, and encourage your wanderlust.
The second-best thing to exploring the outdoors is reading about others who have done it and left with an amazing story. We can learn through their accounts, histories, mistakes, and glories while nestled in our beds or sprawling across the couch.
You can visit all these parks in a day without waiting in line for the best view or worrying about keeping a 6-foot gap between you and the next person.
We don’t necessarily have to go outside to witness how amazing Nature is. We can do it from the comfort of our homes while protecting others. Whether you’re choosing to stay indoors or not, here are some amazing indoor experiences to try: