19 July, 2021
Route planning, clothes, safety, Alan shares his top tips to help keep you safe on your staycation adventure in the great outdoors as well as the reason for and importance of being prepared for your next adventure.
We had the pleasure of talking to Alan Ward; world traveler, mountain leader and all round lover of adventure.
Mixing work and pleasure well together in harmony, in our conversation we talk about some of Alan’s most memorable experiences including taking a visually impaired group up Snowdon.
We also talk about the potential to charge on major footpaths and bridleways to not only keep the environment safe and well maintained but also a professional rescue team.
To learn more about Alan or to enquire about his upcoming courses, please head over to http://alanmward.co.uk/
This interview was kindly sponsored by our friends at CEP Hiking Socks.
To find out more, please visit www.cepsports.co.uk
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