I have been climbing, mountaineering, caving, kayaking and skiing as long as I can remember. Growing up I spent most of my spare time in the hills. Spreading this enjoyment is something I enjoy in its own right!
Landscape archaeology has always been one of my interests. When you spend a long time in the outdoors you start noticing things and wondering how they came to be there. That's why I wrote the Archaeoroutes series of walking guides to ancient sites. You can view a selection of my walking and climbing experience in my online logbook.
City & Guilds Licentiateship in Youth Leadership and Management
KGVI Advanced Course
Regimental Adventurous Training Officer
Cadet Range Course Qualification (small bore)
Joint Services Rock Climbing Leader
Joint Services Level 4 Distributed Training Instructor
I am a course director for both the National Indoor Climbing Award Scheme and the National Navigation Award Scheme.
I also run Summer Mountain Proficiency, Basic Rock Climbing and Basic Caving courses for the MOD.