With the current global pandemic restricting the availability and feasibility of many indoor activities, this fall is a great time to get outside and reconnect with nature. As the weather gets cooler – but not yet too cold – you can enjoy the fresh air and beautiful colors of the fall leaves, before cozying up at home on the sofa or in front of a roaring fire. If you’re looking for some suggestions for outdoor activities to try, here’s some inspiration to get the ideas flowing. Wherever you live and whatever you enjoy doing, there’s sure to be something on this list for you.
Fall is a wonderful season for hiking. The weather is very often perfect – dry, not too hot or cold, and with little humidity – and the crisp air is refreshing. Choose a route of the appropriate length and difficulty level, whether that’s a short family-friendly forest stroll or a more strenuous uphill climb, then lace up your hiking boots and get going!
If you’re looking to get in some exercise, the cooler weather that fall brings is ideal for running. Whether you want to tackle your first 5K or try for a marathon, you can get fit while enjoying the fresh air and beautiful scenery.
Keeping with the exercise theme, going for a bike ride is another great activity for fall. Even as it gets colder, you’ll warm up in no time when cycling, and you can explore far more of an area when cycling compared to hiking.
Although people often think of camping as a summer activity, to go. Campgrounds are generally quieter and cheaper because the peak season is over, and the cooler temperatures mean fewer bugs to contend with in the evenings. Plus, roasting s’mores over the campfire will feel even cozier!
Rent a cabin
If camping isn’t your thing, why not try renting a cabin instead? Up in the mountains or deep in the woods, there’s no better way to escape from the real world for a few days. Just make sure there’s a fireplace you can snuggle up in front of as the nights draw in!
Gardening is not generally thought of as a fall activity, but it’s a fantastic time to prep your garden for spring. Plant some or bulbs for spring, such as tulips, snowdrops, or irises before the ground freezes, and next year your garden will thank you.
With the nights getting longer but the full chill of winter not yet here, fall is a wonderful time to go stargazing. There are plenty of constellations to spot at this time of year, and if you have an , you might want to invest in a telescope to get the most out of the night sky. Just make sure you wrap up warm!
Visit the beach
The beach is traditionally reserved for sunny summer days, but fall is also a spectacular time to visit. The crowds have gone, there’s less chance of sunburn, and there’s nothing so atmospheric as walking along the sand while gazing out at the stormy sea.
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