Life Happens Outdoors (LHO) is a community founded on the single most promising idea that every single one of us has the potential to find a transformative experience for ourselves in the outdoors. Although this chapter of the LHO story now takes place on the trails, glaciers, summits and seas, it began very far away from all of it.
An adventure holiday for anyone with a pulse. No fitness requirements or prerequisites. Come as you are.Great for those who already train 1-2 times per week or would like to use this upcoming adventure as an opportunity to kickstart a fitness journey.Joiners should be comfortable with their physical fitness and regularly train at least 2-3 times a week in the lead up to this adventure.Joiners should be comfortable with their physical fitness and regularly train at least 2-3 times a week in the lead up to this adventure.Joiners should be comfortable with their physical fitness and regularly train at least 2-3 times a week in the lead up to this adventure.Need we explain further?No prior experience is required. Basic skills may be taught during this adventure.The skills necessary to safely complete this adventure will be taught as a part of this experience.This adventure requires prior experience, pre-requisite skills or certifications. See below for details.We aim to strike a balance between unique local experiences and international standards of comfort and hygiene.Hostels are dorm-style accommodation used during certain legs of our trips and expeditions. They can be quite trendy with common areas, restaurants and cafes. Expect rooms to include a bed and a mattress as well as a common dining area with chairs and tables. You’ll need to bring a sleeping bag and an optional pillow.When the experience includes camping we provide the tents, sleeping mats, common dining tents, camping chairs and camping tables. The only thing you’ll need to get is a sleeping bag and an optional camping pillow. Please refer to the LHO gear list for more information specific to the trip you’re on.Mountain Lodges are usually well equipped, providing beds with duvets and pillows. They also include a common restaurant area. Some lodges require a sleeping liner.