Whether it is a walk in nature or a day spent in the forest, there is no denial that spending time outdoors in nature is good for the soul.
Many of us have turned to nature as a place of certainty and solace throughout the pandemic. The mental and physical health benefits we can gain from spending time in nature are deep rooted.
Science backs this up, with a multitude of research articles citing the positive connection between getting outdoors and feeling happier. A 2019 study found that just a two-hour "dose” of nature a week is enough to significantly boost health and wellbeing.
Way of the Wild offers reconnection experiences suitable for all. Whether it is a gentle stroll in the outdoors or a full on mountain day. A relaxing morning in the forest or a day learning the art of survival. Way of the Wild can cater for your individual skill level and needs.