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PREVIOUS EXPEDITIONS

Pauline started her passion for travel when she spent two months at her best friend’s home in Tanzania when she was 18. Then at University, she found the OTC (TA army or Toy Army for students) which introduced her to the outdoors. What a find!

She was the 3rd British woman to summit Ama Dablam in the Himalayas and one of the first teams to kayak the Tamur River in eastern Nepal

 

How it all started

In her twenties she travelled for fun and adventure. She negotiated the rivers and jungles of Borneo to cross the widest section, working on outback farms in Australia, crewing on sail boats from Indonesia, going overland from north Africa to Zimbabwe and so on.

Her climbing and mountaineering started in earnest when she was 27. Her climbing partner is her husband Phil whom she credits for keeping them alive! While living in Nepal Pauline was able to be part of many mountain and self support river expeditions both as part of the commercial teams and private teams. She was the 3rd British woman to summit Ama Dablam in the Himalayas and one of the first teams to kayak the Tamur River in eastern Nepal (see Whit Deshner’s rendition of this journey in the book ‘Many Rivers Run’ by Dave Manby). They also took time to climb and paddle in Bhutan, India and Thailand.

Horse riding has been another passion and strongly linked to Mongolia, a fascinating country and culture. In 2004 Pauline went in search of nomads and found them and more! read more

Living in Scotland allows Phil and Pauline to develop all the adventure sports they love. Their latest passions are sea kayaking and ski mountaineering. Where will they go because of them?!


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