Welcome, I'm Kate.
Mountaineer, Adventure Seeker, Trainee ML, Ordnance Survey #GetOutside Champion, Tea Fiend and Lover of Type II Fun.
I blog all things outdoors and sometimes throw some other topics into the mix to keep things interesting!
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You all asked, and so I shall deliver…
Wild camping is my favourite.
For one, you don’t have people up late drinking and making noise on a campsite (generally) but I also prefer to just get away from it all and wake up to far better views than a campsite could ever give.
Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay are almost household names in the mountaineering world.
Their 1953 expedition was the ninth to attempt the first ascent and the first confirmed ascent of Everest on the 29th of May 1953.
Led by Sir John Hunt, a British Army officer, they headed out to Nepal in March 1953
Every now and again on my scrolls through Twitter or Instagram, I come across the same image.
It talks about why you shouldn’t settle, in case you’re giving up on the opportunity of something amazing happening.
The truth is, every time I’ve seen it, I’ve reacted in the same way… with a general purpose eye roll and a shrug.