Mount Bondon Digital Detox - Enrollment Form
The Mount Bondon Digital Detox is a project that aims to fight digital addiction, create an environment that promotes offline concentration, face-to-face relationships and a lifestyle more connected to nature and the mountains. It also strives to favor new friendships between young people from Trento and European cities
Do you think you can survive a 3-days Detox on Mount Bondon this Fall? If so, then you're at the right place, because you can fill in your enrollment form here. Enrollments can be sent until the 31st of October. Yes, we like Halloween.
Ok, so no social media, no internet, no smartphones for three days.
It's like being in an outdoor jail with 20 other extremely annoying young people.
You're basically stuck in a phone-signal dead zone surrounded by forests with falling leaves in the cold mountains of Trentino.
What's even worse, there's a cost for staying in this jail and the official language of the Camp is English. And we're not talking about the Cambridge Certificate British English.
Yes, there are some organized activities but half of them seem quite boring and the other half you probably need to google it. They may be useful to tackle digital addiction but have you actually ever heard of:
- A geocaching hunt in the mountain woods
- A mountain theater lab
- An emotional intelligence and mindfulness seminar
- A chill-out evening activity
- An offline digital climbing competition
- A mountain ecology excursion
- A Plogging race
- A Fall night party
- A Nature-Deficit-Disorder workshop?
Anyway, if you're lazy asking Google or Ecosia for the description of each activity, you can check this document we kinda prepared for you:
If you're one of those people that need to know all the micro details of everything before applying to random initiatives, you can also check the review article below. If you know some Italian it may help you out understanding what kind of atmosphere you will breathe at the Detox.
The author can definitely communicate better than I can do.
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