11 Most Entertaining Ways Outdoorists Are Dealing with Social Isolation

11 Most Entertaining Ways Outdoorists Are Dealing with Social Isolation

Note from Isak: Yes, we're all stuck inside these days dreaming for the day the COVID-19 pandemic is over and we can get back outside. Let's all do our part to help flatten the curve. This is also a great time to remember that levity and laughter can help us get through tough times together. Do your part to flatten the curve, protect others, and reach out to people that need help. But remember to fill your cup, too.

Briana Venskus is a #StayInside mood for all of us right now:

@houseofvenskus

 

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Here's how rafters are getting their fix:



Erin Sullivan shows us you can stay at home AND take some rad outdoorsy photoshoots:

The folks over at Gearmunk are practically living off the land at this point:

@gearmunk

Cats love tents btw ##gamingszn ##mealprep ##MoodBoost ##MySkinandME ##ButterGlossPop ##boredathome ##quarentine ##cat ##camping ##gear

♬ Coronavirus Check - 7eer

Climbers are dealing with quarantine pretty well, actually:



Indoor camping goals right here:

@lisadaniellab

Quarantine isn’t going to stop us from camping ##camping ##quarantine ##funtimes ##creative ##wine ##movie ##moviesnacks ##frozen2 ##fyp ##ledlights

♬ death bed (coffee for your head) - Powfu feat. beabadoobee

The social media team over at Outside Magazine is putting their social isolation to good use:



I guess we don't have any excuses to not get better at climbing right now, all things considered:



Actual footage of us rn:



"Loose lips sink ships, but clip lips stick clips." -Cedar Wright, dog groomer (also, professional climber).



And finally, more quality indoor adventures:

@houseofvenskus

##quarantine ##stayhome ##goinside ##gooutside ##adventure ##survivor2020

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From Isak: I hope a few of these brought a smile to your face. Some people's current situations don't allow for many smiles these days. If you're able and willing, please consider donating your money or time toward folks in need: essential workers, those not able to work, the elderly, and your neighbor. And if/when you get outside to recreate, keep it as local as possible and follow proper social distancing behavior.

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