The full line-up for Base Camp Fetsival 2017 will be announced in 2017.  There will be a stellar lineup of some of Britain's best explorers and adventurers who will be at Base Camp Festival 2017 to entertain you or take you on a mini adventure.  

For an idea of what to expect, read about our speakers from 2016 below 

ANDY KIRKPATRICK ''Makes Ray Mears look like Paris Hilton'' - Metro magazine. Andy's speciality is big wall climbing and winter expeditions, which involves pitting himself against a vertical climbs of over 1000 metres, often in temperatures as low as minus 30 degrees. Andy has scaled Yosemite's El Capitan - one of the hardest walls in America - over eighteen times. One of these ascents was a 12 day solo of the Reticent Wall, viewed at the time as perhaps the hardest climb of its type in the world. Brought up on a council estate in one of Britain's flattest cities, Hull, Andy is now a successful climber, writer and stand-up comic. One of his greatest strengths is his ability to talk about his life and his climbs in a way that is totally accessible to the non-climber and allows the audience to experience the risk and tension of big wall climbing. As the Telegraph puts it Andy is "Britain's quirkiest, hardest and most entertaining climber" and we're delighted he'll be speaking at the festival www.andy-kirkpatrick.com 

ANDY KIRKPATRICK ''Makes Ray Mears look like Paris Hilton'' - Metro magazine. Andy's speciality is big wall climbing and winter expeditions, which involves pitting himself against a vertical climbs of over 1000 metres, often in temperatures as low as minus 30 degrees. Andy has scaled Yosemite's El Capitan - one of the hardest walls in America - over eighteen times. One of these ascents was a 12 day solo of the Reticent Wall, viewed at the time as perhaps the hardest climb of its type in the world. Brought up on a council estate in one of Britain's flattest cities, Hull, Andy is now a successful climber, writer and stand-up comic. One of his greatest strengths is his ability to talk about his life and his climbs in a way that is totally accessible to the non-climber and allows the audience to experience the risk and tension of big wall climbing. As the Telegraph puts it Andy is "Britain's quirkiest, hardest and most entertaining climber" and we're delighted he'll be speaking at the festival www.andy-kirkpatrick.com 

BELINDA KIRK, Guinness World Record holding explorer, founded Explorers Connect 8 years ago to help others to realise their own adventure dreams. To continue this mission she started Base Camp Festival and has just kicked off Britain’s 1st national day of adventure: Wild Night Out to help even more adults and kids get outside. Named as one of the top 10 inspirational female adventurers by the Guardian she has worked on hundreds of international expeditions and remote filming trips over the last 20yrs. These include leading her first expedition to China's Desert of Death at age 21, leading over one hundred scientists and young people in the Amazon on an expedition patroned by HRH Duke of York, walking across Nicaragua and Africa with a team of people with disabilities. Most recently she skippered the First Women To Row Around Britain, a 52 day non-stop, unsupported mission in a 24ft foot rowing boat. She has directed adventure films including Ray Mears Bushcraft, Coast, Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival, Living with Gorillas and Beyond Boundaries. Belinda will be Hosting the Festival and we urge you not to miss her on Saturday evening when she will be talking about "How Adventure Can Change Our Lives" - prepare to be inspired!  www.explorersconnect.com & www.wildnightout.org & www.belindakirk.com

BELINDA KIRK, Guinness World Record holding explorer, founded Explorers Connect 8 years ago to help others to realise their own adventure dreams. To continue this mission she started Base Camp Festival and has just kicked off Britain’s 1st national day of adventure: Wild Night Out to help even more adults and kids get outside. Named as one of the top 10 inspirational female adventurers by the Guardian she has worked on hundreds of international expeditions and remote filming trips over the last 20yrs. These include leading her first expedition to China's Desert of Death at age 21, leading over one hundred scientists and young people in the Amazon on an expedition patroned by HRH Duke of York, walking across Nicaragua and Africa with a team of people with disabilities. Most recently she skippered the First Women To Row Around Britain, a 52 day non-stop, unsupported mission in a 24ft foot rowing boat. She has directed adventure films including Ray Mears Bushcraft, Coast, Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival, Living with Gorillas and Beyond Boundaries. Belinda will be Hosting the Festival and we urge you not to miss her on Saturday evening when she will be talking about "How Adventure Can Change Our Lives" - prepare to be inspired!  www.explorersconnect.com & www.wildnightout.org & www.belindakirk.com

DR GEORGE MCGAVIN is the presenter of The Secret Life of Your House for ITV, Monkey Planet for BBC1 and the phenomenally successful ‘Lost Lands’ expedition series for the BBC. George is also a regular contributor to The One Show (BBC1). Dr McGavin is an Honorary Research Associate at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History and a Research Associate of The Department of Zoology of Oxford University. His research has taken him from the tropical forests of Papua New Guinea to the caves of Thailand and from the jungles of Belize to the savannas of Tanzania. Acknowledged as an engaging and entertaining speaker George regularly speaks to audiences about insects, conservation and exploration. At the Festival you can even join George for a “Bug Hunting With George” workshop in the woodland at the Festival. More information about Dr McGavin here. 

DR GEORGE MCGAVIN is the presenter of The Secret Life of Your House for ITV, Monkey Planet for BBC1 and the phenomenally successful ‘Lost Lands’ expedition series for the BBC. George is also a regular contributor to The One Show (BBC1). Dr McGavin is an Honorary Research Associate at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History and a Research Associate of The Department of Zoology of Oxford University. His research has taken him from the tropical forests of Papua New Guinea to the caves of Thailand and from the jungles of Belize to the savannas of Tanzania. Acknowledged as an engaging and entertaining speaker George regularly speaks to audiences about insects, conservation and exploration. At the Festival you can even join George for a “Bug Hunting With George” workshop in the woodland at the Festival. More information about Dr McGavin here. 

NIDA BATCHELDER & DAN HABERSHON-BUTCHER Inspired by the get up and go spirit of Base Camp Festival 2015, avid outdoor fans but virgin adventurers Nida (teacher) and Dan (photographer / film-maker) grabbed a sudden and unexpected 4 month window of opportunity to set off on their first ever bicycle tour. Despite lacking any knowledge of touring or experience of being on a bike for more than a few hours and with limited planning time they've dived in at the deep end by attempting to peddle 4,500 miles from sea level in Turkey to the 15,000ft mountain passes of Kyrgyzstan. At the time of writing they're still on the road and are loving sleeping under the stars, being awed by the extreme generosity of strangers and finding the most wonderful things happen when you stop to buy bread. They will return to Base Camp Festival to tell stories of how it did or didn't go so well along the way and why everyone should take or make time for their own adventure, no matter what their background experience. Meanwhile please cross your fingers for them on their first big adventure!

NIDA BATCHELDER & DAN HABERSHON-BUTCHER Inspired by the get up and go spirit of Base Camp Festival 2015, avid outdoor fans but virgin adventurers Nida (teacher) and Dan (photographer / film-maker) grabbed a sudden and unexpected 4 month window of opportunity to set off on their first ever bicycle tour. Despite lacking any knowledge of touring or experience of being on a bike for more than a few hours and with limited planning time they've dived in at the deep end by attempting to peddle 4,500 miles from sea level in Turkey to the 15,000ft mountain passes of Kyrgyzstan. At the time of writing they're still on the road and are loving sleeping under the stars, being awed by the extreme generosity of strangers and finding the most wonderful things happen when you stop to buy bread. They will return to Base Camp Festival to tell stories of how it did or didn't go so well along the way and why everyone should take or make time for their own adventure, no matter what their background experience. Meanwhile please cross your fingers for them on their first big adventure!

 PHIL COATES is a Director / Cameraman who has worked on extreme and challenging assignments across the globe from minus 43° to plus 48°C and to altitudes of 8,000m. Documentaries for the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, Discovery International and National Geographic Television. Phil specialises in telling compelling human stories with an adventurous edge, he works with scientists, naturalists, explorers and adventure athletes from across the world. Phil is Canon Explorer, a Sennheiser Independent Certified Expert (I.C.E.) and a member the ‘SanDisk Extreme Team’, ‘Manfrotto School of Xcellence’, the British Association of International Mountain Leaders Guild of Television Cameramen. Phil will be teaching you how to make films of your own adventures and will be presenting on the main stage. Join Phil for an adventure of a lifetime, his talk will be lavishly illustrated with photos and footage from ‘Polar Meltdown’, ‘Blizzard Race to the Pole’, Extreme Life Stories Series I & II and his latest production ‘IRON HEART’.  More information here www.philcoates.tv

 PHIL COATES is a Director / Cameraman who has worked on extreme and challenging assignments across the globe from minus 43° to plus 48°C and to altitudes of 8,000m. Documentaries for the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, Discovery International and National Geographic Television. Phil specialises in telling compelling human stories with an adventurous edge, he works with scientists, naturalists, explorers and adventure athletes from across the world. Phil is Canon Explorer, a Sennheiser Independent Certified Expert (I.C.E.) and a member the ‘SanDisk Extreme Team’, ‘Manfrotto School of Xcellence’, the British Association of International Mountain Leaders Guild of Television Cameramen. Phil will be teaching you how to make films of your own adventures and will be presenting on the main stage. Join Phil for an adventure of a lifetime, his talk will be lavishly illustrated with photos and footage from ‘Polar Meltdown’, ‘Blizzard Race to the Pole’, Extreme Life Stories Series I & II and his latest production ‘IRON HEART’.  More information here www.philcoates.tv

Alex Alley began yacht racing professionally at the age of 19 when he was selected to represent England. In 2004/5 he raced around the world in the ‘Global Challenge Yacht Race – the world’s toughest yacht race’. Alex’s team experienced the highest highs and the lowest lows, setting more records than the other boats, they also had to deal with not one but two medical evacuations in the Southern Ocean while battling gale force winds and mountainous waves in the freezing waters. Having just set the Length of Britain record in December with Sean Conway, Alex is now aiming to break the solo non-stop round the world record in his custom built 40’ yacht. The crowd funded ‘PixelBoat’ campaign, where anyone can have their picture on the side of the boat. Hear him talk about all these adventures at the Festival www.alexalley.com

Alex Alley began yacht racing professionally at the age of 19 when he was selected to represent England. In 2004/5 he raced around the world in the ‘Global Challenge Yacht Race – the world’s toughest yacht race’. Alex’s team experienced the highest highs and the lowest lows, setting more records than the other boats, they also had to deal with not one but two medical evacuations in the Southern Ocean while battling gale force winds and mountainous waves in the freezing waters. Having just set the Length of Britain record in December with Sean Conway, Alex is now aiming to break the solo non-stop round the world record in his custom built 40’ yacht. The crowd funded ‘PixelBoat’ campaign, where anyone can have their picture on the side of the boat. Hear him talk about all these adventures at the Festival www.alexalley.com

SUSHANTH SHETTY was born and raised in Bangalore, India where he spent a number of years racing cars and motorbikes. After a podium finish on-board a motorbike in the Raid-de-Himalaya – a 2000 kilometre race around the Himalayas, he moved to England to pursue a degree in Motorsport Engineering. In 2014, he attempted to set the record for the fastest overland travel from Britain to India by riding one of the world’s fastest production motorbikes. Having reached the south of Iran in under ten days, politics and sandstorms put an end to the record, but not his journey. A seasonal crew member on a number of Dutch deep sea fishing trawlers, he is based in London and manages engineering projects in the Automotive industry. www.theeastindiaexpress.com

SUSHANTH SHETTY was born and raised in Bangalore, India where he spent a number of years racing cars and motorbikes. After a podium finish on-board a motorbike in the Raid-de-Himalaya – a 2000 kilometre race around the Himalayas, he moved to England to pursue a degree in Motorsport Engineering. In 2014, he attempted to set the record for the fastest overland travel from Britain to India by riding one of the world’s fastest production motorbikes. Having reached the south of Iran in under ten days, politics and sandstorms put an end to the record, but not his journey. A seasonal crew member on a number of Dutch deep sea fishing trawlers, he is based in London and manages engineering projects in the Automotive industry. www.theeastindiaexpress.com

JON BEARDMORE is an adventurous chap who completed a 30,000 miles solo overland vehicle expedition across Central Asia in 2013. A project manager by trade that loves the planning aspects of expeditions and supporting other adventurers. Currently launching the film of the journey called The Great Game - 30,000 Miles Across Central Asia www.thegreatgamemovie.com

JON BEARDMORE is an adventurous chap who completed a 30,000 miles solo overland vehicle expedition across Central Asia in 2013. A project manager by trade that loves the planning aspects of expeditions and supporting other adventurers. Currently launching the film of the journey called The Great Game - 30,000 Miles Across Central Asia www.thegreatgamemovie.com

SARAH OUTEN MBE is a British adventurer, ocean rower, author and motivational speaker.  In November 2015 she completed her 4.5 year expedition ‘London2London: Via the World’ – an attempt to row, cycle and kayak a continuous loop of the planet, starting and finishing at Tower Bridge, albeit with a few diversions and changes to the original plan. A Guinness World Record holder after her Indian Ocean row in 2009 between Australia and Mauritius, Sarah’s challenging expeditions are the hub of her storytelling. Her main goal is to share the positivity of the journeys, sharing stories, encouraging people to follow their own path, face challenges and live more adventurously. A biology graduate of Oxford University, Sarah loves wildlife and supports a number of conservation organisations as well as youth and equal opportunities organisations. Her first book ‘A Dip in the Ocean’ was published in 2011 and her second Dare to Do is due out in 2016. www.sarahouten.com

SARAH OUTEN MBE is a British adventurer, ocean rower, author and motivational speaker.  In November 2015 she completed her 4.5 year expedition ‘London2London: Via the World’ – an attempt to row, cycle and kayak a continuous loop of the planet, starting and finishing at Tower Bridge, albeit with a few diversions and changes to the original plan. A Guinness World Record holder after her Indian Ocean row in 2009 between Australia and Mauritius, Sarah’s challenging expeditions are the hub of her storytelling. Her main goal is to share the positivity of the journeys, sharing stories, encouraging people to follow their own path, face challenges and live more adventurously. A biology graduate of Oxford University, Sarah loves wildlife and supports a number of conservation organisations as well as youth and equal opportunities organisations. Her first book ‘A Dip in the Ocean’ was published in 2011 and her second Dare to Do is due out in 2016. www.sarahouten.com

TASHI & NUNGSHI MALIK are the first siblings and twins to climb the Seven Summits and reach the North and South Poles and complete the Adventurers Grand Slam. Popularly known as ‘Everest twins’, Nungshi and Tashi dedicated their adventure mission to Indian girl child with the motto ‘Gender Equality Now: Fight Female Feticide’. They use their climbing as metaphor for the ‘invisible’ mountains of gender discrimination, exclusion and denial of basic rights that millions of girls in India have to climb daily. They are brand ambassadors of Uttarakhand state for its ‘beti-bachao (save daughter)’ campaign. Last year they started ‘NungshiTashi Foundation’ with the twin objectives of promoting Outdoors Leadership and girl empowerment through Outdoors. They were also nominated Uttarakhand’s ‘state icon’ for India’s general elections to increase awareness and voter turnout. Girl Guiding Scotland had selected them among its 10 most inspiring women and Verve magazine featured the twins among India’s top 50 power women. NungshiTashi are accomplished speakers having delivered scores of talks in India, USA, Chile, Brazil and New Zealand. Most recently they gave a talk at TEDxQueenstown. We look to meeting them at Base Camp Festival! More info here

TASHI & NUNGSHI MALIK are the first siblings and twins to climb the Seven Summits and reach the North and South Poles and complete the Adventurers Grand Slam. Popularly known as ‘Everest twins’, Nungshi and Tashi dedicated their adventure mission to Indian girl child with the motto ‘Gender Equality Now: Fight Female Feticide’. They use their climbing as metaphor for the ‘invisible’ mountains of gender discrimination, exclusion and denial of basic rights that millions of girls in India have to climb daily. They are brand ambassadors of Uttarakhand state for its ‘beti-bachao (save daughter)’ campaign. Last year they started ‘NungshiTashi Foundation’ with the twin objectives of promoting Outdoors Leadership and girl empowerment through Outdoors. They were also nominated Uttarakhand’s ‘state icon’ for India’s general elections to increase awareness and voter turnout. Girl Guiding Scotland had selected them among its 10 most inspiring women and Verve magazine featured the twins among India’s top 50 power women. NungshiTashi are accomplished speakers having delivered scores of talks in India, USA, Chile, Brazil and New Zealand. Most recently they gave a talk at TEDxQueenstown. We look to meeting them at Base Camp Festival! More info here

NIALL & FINN MCCANN will be teaching you how to slackline. Brothers Finn and Niall were firm favourites at last year's Festival and we are very pleased to see them back again. Niall has dedicated his life to seeking out adventure in the natural world, often in combination with his zoological studies - he specialises in working on endangered species. His first major expedition was in 2000 when at the age of 18 he cycled the Khunjerab Pass, the highest paved pass in the world. Niall has since cycled the highest road in the world, canoed the River Yukon, rowed across the Atlantic and walked across Greenland. Finn is a climber, skier, sailor and High Altitude Slackliner. Variety is the name of the game for Finn, whose accomplishments include climbing the North Face of the Eiger, skiing across Greenland, sailing in the Southern Ocean, scaling the mighty El Capitan, and walking a 3000ft high slackline. www.finnmccannadventures.com & www.niallmccann.com

NIALL & FINN MCCANN will be teaching you how to slackline. Brothers Finn and Niall were firm favourites at last year's Festival and we are very pleased to see them back again. Niall has dedicated his life to seeking out adventure in the natural world, often in combination with his zoological studies - he specialises in working on endangered species. His first major expedition was in 2000 when at the age of 18 he cycled the Khunjerab Pass, the highest paved pass in the world. Niall has since cycled the highest road in the world, canoed the River Yukon, rowed across the Atlantic and walked across Greenland. Finn is a climber, skier, sailor and High Altitude Slackliner. Variety is the name of the game for Finn, whose accomplishments include climbing the North Face of the Eiger, skiing across Greenland, sailing in the Southern Ocean, scaling the mighty El Capitan, and walking a 3000ft high slackline. www.finnmccannadventures.comwww.niallmccann.com

MINA HOLDER Last year Mina became the first woman to run the length of New Zealand following the Te Araroa trail some 2,031 hard miles of beaches, forests, mountains and rivers! She actually comes from a super un-sporty background and only took up running when she was 25yrs because she was challenged to do the Bath Half Marathon by her husband. After hobbling over the finish line she got a bit carried away with the feeling of success and signed up to do the Marathon des Sables. Somehow managing to complete this event without dying in the Sahara meant that feeling of 'anything is possible' grew a little bit bigger. In 2013 she moved to New Zealand which is where she heard about the Te Araroa trail (this is Maori for 'The Long Pathway'). She read that 2 men had run its full length and, at that time, no woman had. The idea for a bonkers challenge was born....

MINA HOLDER Last year Mina became the first woman to run the length of New Zealand following the Te Araroa trail some 2,031 hard miles of beaches, forests, mountains and rivers! She actually comes from a super un-sporty background and only took up running when she was 25yrs because she was challenged to do the Bath Half Marathon by her husband. After hobbling over the finish line she got a bit carried away with the feeling of success and signed up to do the Marathon des Sables. Somehow managing to complete this event without dying in the Sahara meant that feeling of 'anything is possible' grew a little bit bigger. In 2013 she moved to New Zealand which is where she heard about the Te Araroa trail (this is Maori for 'The Long Pathway'). She read that 2 men had run its full length and, at that time, no woman had. The idea for a bonkers challenge was born....

PAULA REID – Adventurer and ‘Live Life to the Full’ girl. Paula has achieved 115 things on her ‘Live Life to the Full’ list including sailing around the world, paddling the Mekong, walking across the UK and kayaking the length of the Thames. Her latest adventure was to ski the Full Distance from the coast of Antarctica to the South Pole. Skiing and pulling a pulk in one of the world's most inhospitable environments where temperatures regularly drop to -40degC, Paula carried on for 46 days, uphill all the way (1000km) when major injury threatened to end her attempt from Day 7. Paula will be speaking about her South Pole expedition at the Festival and running a workshop on 'Living Life To The Full’.  www.paulareid.com

PAULA REID – Adventurer and ‘Live Life to the Full’ girl. Paula has achieved 115 things on her ‘Live Life to the Full’ list including sailing around the world, paddling the Mekong, walking across the UK and kayaking the length of the Thames. Her latest adventure was to ski the Full Distance from the coast of Antarctica to the South Pole. Skiing and pulling a pulk in one of the world's most inhospitable environments where temperatures regularly drop to -40degC, Paula carried on for 46 days, uphill all the way (1000km) when major injury threatened to end her attempt from Day 7. Paula will be speaking about her South Pole expedition at the Festival and running a workshop on 'Living Life To The Full’.  www.paulareid.com

Kieran Creevy is an expedition and private chef and international mountain leader with over two decades experience leading and cooking in the mountains. He's cooked 6 course tasting menus from base camp tents, Asian inspired risotto dishes on ski touring expeditions and pumpkin gnocchi with wild boar ragu from an alpine bivi. Kieran will be teaching Cooking In The Wild sessions at the Festival.

Kieran Creevy is an expedition and private chef and international mountain leader with over two decades experience leading and cooking in the mountains. He's cooked 6 course tasting menus from base camp tents, Asian inspired risotto dishes on ski touring expeditions and pumpkin gnocchi with wild boar ragu from an alpine bivi. Kieran will be teaching Cooking In The Wild sessions at the Festival.

STEPHEN FABES is a medical doctor, writer and adventure cyclist. In February he returned from a six year bike ride, across six continents and 75 countries, covering 86,209 km - a distance equivalent to more than twice around the world. En route Stephen visited remote projects and medical clinics providing healthcare for marginalised people: nomads, refugees, drug addicts, slum-dwellers, sex workers, people with mental illness, disability, deforming and infectious disease. From the baked deserts of Syria and Afghanistan to an outstandingly untoasty Mongolia mid-winter, Stephen dodged landslides and leaping camel spiders, was detained on suspicion of espionage in China, towed a rollerblader across Uzbekistan, contracted dengue fever (and the urge to tell everyone about it), survived blizzards, tropical storms and volcanic eruptions, began a relationship with Ol’ Patchy – a personable inner tube, and survived both a run-in with a gunman and the marauding hoards of school children armed to the milk-teeth with snowballs in Kent. He blogs about his journey at www.cyclingthe6.com

STEPHEN FABES is a medical doctor, writer and adventure cyclist. In February he returned from a six year bike ride, across six continents and 75 countries, covering 86,209 km - a distance equivalent to more than twice around the world. En route Stephen visited remote projects and medical clinics providing healthcare for marginalised people: nomads, refugees, drug addicts, slum-dwellers, sex workers, people with mental illness, disability, deforming and infectious disease. From the baked deserts of Syria and Afghanistan to an outstandingly untoasty Mongolia mid-winter, Stephen dodged landslides and leaping camel spiders, was detained on suspicion of espionage in China, towed a rollerblader across Uzbekistan, contracted dengue fever (and the urge to tell everyone about it), survived blizzards, tropical storms and volcanic eruptions, began a relationship with Ol’ Patchy – a personable inner tube, and survived both a run-in with a gunman and the marauding hoards of school children armed to the milk-teeth with snowballs in Kent. He blogs about his journey at www.cyclingthe6.com

SHARA DILLON was born and raised in Zimbabwe and South Africa and has a deep love for the African wilderness. Primarily a sport and outdoor education teacher in Barnes UK, Shara builds adventure travel and expeditions around her teaching career. Most recently Shara paddled the length of Lake Tanganyika in Tanzania by kayak, making her the first woman to complete the longest lake in the world by non-motorised transport. Following many self-drive journeys around Southern Africa, in 2013 she spent 9 months driving solo from Kenya to Cape Town in her Land Cruiser. Documenting these trips through photography and keeping an online journal has allowed Shara to recount her experiences and use digital media to motivate others to venture outdoors more. In the past, Shara has been heavily involved with the Duke of Edinburgh's Award, leading walking and canoeing expeditions, sailing tall ships, and teaching navigation & survival skills www.london2cape.com

SHARA DILLON was born and raised in Zimbabwe and South Africa and has a deep love for the African wilderness. Primarily a sport and outdoor education teacher in Barnes UK, Shara builds adventure travel and expeditions around her teaching career. Most recently Shara paddled the length of Lake Tanganyika in Tanzania by kayak, making her the first woman to complete the longest lake in the world by non-motorised transport. Following many self-drive journeys around Southern Africa, in 2013 she spent 9 months driving solo from Kenya to Cape Town in her Land Cruiser. Documenting these trips through photography and keeping an online journal has allowed Shara to recount her experiences and use digital media to motivate others to venture outdoors more. In the past, Shara has been heavily involved with the Duke of Edinburgh's Award, leading walking and canoeing expeditions, sailing tall ships, and teaching navigation & survival skills www.london2cape.com

 

...and there's more amazing adventurers still to be announced, watch this space!