Posted on November 12th 2019 by Jason Rawles
I’ve just finished watching the BBC documentary called Natural World and in particular the episode about Orangutans (Red Ape – Saving The Orangutan) and the fact they are critically endangered. More so, critically endangered because of us. I feel a deep level of sadness and felt compelled to write this blog.
Posted on July 26th 2019 by Jason Rawles
A few weeks ago I was honoured to deliver a keynote talk to 500 or so Scouts, Girl Guides, Scout leaders and parents. What a privilege. I was asked when delivering mountain safety for Street 2 Peak via Ordnance Survey after we ran some training at Gilwell Park.
Posted on July 15th 2019 by Jason Rawles
I caught up with my great friend, Kate Worthington of RAW Adventures and Climb Snowdon last week. Something we talked about was how we can improve some of the less than favourable elements of the outdoors. We did discuss in the context of Snowdon but it’s appropriate for anything outdoors based.
Posted on May 19th 2019 by Jason Rawles
I’m quite a bit behind on blogs and also planning to split out adventure blogs and post via my new Aspire Don’t Expire Adventure Blog platform. More details on that in due course. However, last weekend something magical happened and I wanted to share it. I was privileged to head up mountain safety via Aspire Adventures for Tom Watsons Snowdon walk which is part of his Adventures 4 Health initiative.
Posted on February 20th 2019 by Jason Rawles
You’ve booked your space on an Everest Base Camp expedition (perhaps via Aspire Adventures) and wonder about kit? Or, you’re looking to book and wonder what kit you’ll need and then budget for.