Focus on the horizon

Focus on the horizon

It’s getting to the pointy end of the year. You’re at the 37th kilometre of the marathon and starting to flag (thanks for that one Jo D)….

It’s got me thinking, other than ‘are we there yet’…….What makes a great adventure?

Is it the place or the people? Perhaps an unusual circumstance, happy accident or sublime sunrise moment.

I reckon it’s all in the being. Putting one foot in front of the other as you empty your head of all the crap that builds up from our hectic lives.  There hasn’t been much relief from it this year.

When you walk, you can focus on each moment.  The minute details of the landscape and interesting stories of others can become etched in your memory forever if you take the time out to just be. 

To get past ‘the wall’ of the 37th km that it seems many of us are at right now just takes keeping on putting one foot in front of the other. You will get there!

Make next year one you’ll tell stories about,

Read on for our latest adventures…..and we’ll do our best to keep you inspired! 

Kangaroo Island recovery

Shhh, but we’ve just this week been notified that we will be able to run hikes there again next year. As you will probably recall, much of the island was decimated by the fires earlier this year. For the foreseeable future, the only way to hike the trail is with a guided tour. We offer a 4 day adventure that coincides with flights from Sydney direct to the island. 

Have a read of this SMH article from last year (seems like a lifetime ago) that was written about one of our family adventures to Kangaroo Island. 

Waiting for NZ

Hopefully we’ll be able to get to New Zealand in March to run another of the extremely popular Aoraki Mt Cook Women’s Adventures. 

Please get in touch if you’re interested, as I already have an extensive waitlist. 

Get on the waitlist

Hear more about a 2019 Aoraki Mt Cook Adventure from Kerrie

Last call for Primal Tweens

We have 4 places left for the Primal Tweens Adventure from 8-10th December due to a couple of cancellations. If your 8-12 year old son or daughter is on school holidays by then, let them go wild with us. 

Read the recent article about our Primal Kids Adventures from kids activity booking website here

See you on the trail soon, and in the meantime keep your eyes focused on the horizon.

Helen and the team at Primal Adventures