GoOutThere – Parnitha Mountain welcomes you this weekend!
Are you ready to challenge yourself and discover the beauty of the outdoors? Look no further than the upcoming pilot event in the Parnitha mountain, near Athens, Greece, happening this weekend. This exciting event is part of the „GoOutThere“ project, which aims to promote a healthy lifestyle through grassroots outdoor sports and spending active time in nature.
During the event, participants will have the opportunity to experience a range of adventures and challenges suitable for everyone, from families to individuals. The adventures are designed to be fun and educational, with quizzes, tasks, and riddles to solve, encouraging participants to explore their surroundings and learn about the natural playground around them.
On the other hand, the challenges are trials of endurance, patience, and curiosity, best suited for individuals who are physically fit and ready to take on a more demanding outdoor experience. Participants might be taken to a mountain summit, a technical ridge, or other natural phenomena, where they will need to push themselves to succeed.
The „GoOutThere“ project aims to increase the physical activity levels of target groups in partnering countries (Greece, Bulgaria, Italy and Serbia), promoting equal, inclusive, and diverse opportunities for access to outdoor adventures for all audiences. It’s an excellent opportunity to connect with nature, challenge yourself physically and mentally, and build lasting memories with like-minded individuals.
Don’t miss the chance to participate in this exciting pilot event and discover the beauty of the Parnitha mountain. Come to Flampouri Shelter (Athens, Greece) this weekend (29-30 April 2023) and get ready for an unforgettable adventure! More info also at http://www.gotoutdoors.eu
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