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In association with Ellis Brigham Mountain Sports.
Hear from first-class explorers, daredevils and pioneers as they share their captivating stories of exploration, escapism and wonder at this sell-out event. Each speaker will be limited to just 20 slides to accompany their tales, shown on a huge screen, each slide leaving the screen after just 20 seconds. It’s fast. It’s furious. But ultimately, it’s a chance to be swept away to a world filled with adventure, all without leaving your seats.
With this unusual and challenging presentation format, once the talks begin there is no stopping or going back, the audience must be ready to be swept from adventure to adventure!
Alastair Humphreys - Alastair is an adventurer, author and Hope and Homes for Children patron. He launched the first Night of Adventure in 2010. He was named as a National Geographic Adventurer of the Year for his pioneering work on the Concept of microadventures, encouraging people to get outside and out of their comfort zone in an affordable and easy to organise way.
Kenton Cool - One of the world’s leading high-altitude climbers, who has successfully climbed Mount Everest eleven times, and guided the likes of Sir Ranulph Fiennes to the summit.
Anna McNuff – Adventurer, speaker and writer who spent 5 and 1/2 months running unsupported for 1,911 miles along New Zealand’s Te Araroa trail, from the Southern-most point of the South Island, to Cape Reigna in the very North.
Rosie Stancer – Accomplished Polar athlete and explorer since 1996 who has embarked on a series of major polar expeditions.
The Turner Twins (Hugo & Ross) – Twins and ‘Adventure Guinea Pigs’ who undertake challenges that have been attempted over the past 100 -150 years and compare the performance of the old technology with new.
Henrik Frederiksen – Danish explorer and writer who built a homemade bamboo raft and floated unsupported down the mighty Amazon River.
Sarah Outen – British adventurer who has looped the planet, travelling around the Northern hemisphere, using a rowing boat, bike and kayak.
Justine Gosling – Combined history and adventure as she walked across Finland, a vast 1,500km, before cycling 4,500km down to the Black Sea, along the line of the Iron Curtain.
The Slow Travel Girls (Geraldine & Erin) – A trans-Atlantic duo who set off on their first long-distance journey together, taking on personal challenges to inspire people and to fundraise for causes close to their hearts.
Steve Dew-Jones – Writer and adventure seeker who hitchhiked from the bottom tip of Argentina to Alaska.
The Coxless Crew – First all female team to row the Pacific Ocean, travelling 8,446 miles from America to Australia to support women that have faced adversity and overcome life changing events.
Jamie McDonald – first person to run the 5,000 miles from the Atlantic coast of Canada, to the Pacific coast, unsupported – and dressed as a superhero.
We would like to thank our event sponsor, Ellis Brigham Mountain Sports.
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