So you’ve done it. You’ve decided this is the year.
You’re going to start a blog for your adventure retreat! (Maybe it’s because you just discovered how a blog can help your business thrive).
Now it’s time to brainstorm blog post ideas.
What information do you want to share with your community? Are there helpful tips you can offer your readers? Can you share exclusive insight into your adventure experience, retreat, location, or activity? Do you have a story about when you added 2 tablespoons of cayenne pepper to your group dinner’s chilli instead of 2 teaspoons?
The best way to decide what to write is to combine your unmatched expertise with the needs and interests of your audience.
Your community is coming to you to experience a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity where they get to push their boundaries, learn new skills, and make lasting connections. And you have a wealth of stories, knowledge, and memories to draw on to create engaging blog posts and get them amped about your program.
If you’re someone who’s more comfortable cruising down a snow-covered mountain than drafting a noteworthy blog post, don’t worry!
Below are 10 blog post ideas WITH headline examples to help you get started.
What should your rad community members know before joining one of your getaways? This is a great way to answer any FAQs you receive and help all your guests feel confident about the adventure they’re embarking on.
How to Prepare for Your Exhilarating Weeklong Surfing Getaway
A blog post about what your guests can expect during the retreat will ease any anxiety they’re feeling, get them excited about the new experiences they’ll have, and help any curious readers see the joy, thrills, and transformation you offer.
An Inside Look at One Blissful Day at the Holistic Moon Yoga Retreat
Learning a new skill is overwhelming! Support new members in your community by breaking down important terminology, gear, locations, or people that are common in your activity.
Breaking Down Backcountry Snowboarding: The Who, What, Where, and How
Give your readers a peek into the stunning location you’re based out of and all the adventures that await them. Whether it’s describing the activities that you offer, local restaurants and shops, or optional experiences they may choose to have.
5 Epic Outdoor Experiences You Can’t-Miss in Porto, Portugal
Let your community know why your organization started and how it has evolved. Share your personal story, mission, and purpose behind your company and what drives you to keep working and growing.
The Bunnyhill Catastrophe that Inspired Powder Peaches Snowboarding
Offer your readers some insight into your experience, knowledge, and authority while helping them excel at your craft. You can provide tips and tricks for all levels of participants to help everyone in your community continue to learn.
Learn to Master Yoga Balance Poses With These 8 Tips
From surfboards to tents to ski hills, establish your expertise by comparing the pros and cons of popular items related to your getaway. But make sure you’re honest and transparent in your reviews by indicating what brands you use or are sponsored by.
Salomon vs. Merrell vs. Keen: What Hiking Boots are Best for the Pacific Northwest?
Share with your community some of the hilarious, awe-inspiring, or transformative moments that previous guests have experienced at your retreat. These stories emphasize the reason guests are coming to you for their wild adventure!
Surfs Up: Our Top 3 Praiseworthy Party Waves from 2021
By creating blog posts that provide tutorials to your readers, you can keep them learning before and after attending your retreat. These posts are also a great way to get creative by including videos, feature guests, interviews, and testimonials.
The Ultimate Guide to Easy Longboard Dancing Steps
Help your guests get the most out of their experience with you by offering advice on how to keep learning or by connecting them to local communities. You can also inspire them to join you again in the future by providing information about return trips or higher-level experiences.
How to Stay Ski-Ready All Summer Long
There you have it! I hope these examples have you flexing your fingers and feeling ready to craft incredible, engaging, and informative blog posts for your community of adventurers.
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