Going on adventures builds confidence, expands horizons & reconnects us with the natural world.

My previous adventures include hiking 1000km the length of Israel, kayaking the width of the UK against plastic pollution and kick-scooting (yep you read that right!) the length of the USA. In 2020 I organised the Women’s End2End relay bringing together hundreds of women to carry a baton the length of the UK while raising money for conservation.

Noticing a real lack of women in the outdoors, I founded Love Her Wild, a women’s adventure community now with over 10,000 members. When I’m not busy running the community and organising all-female expeditions, you can find me blogging, delivering inspirational talks or adventuring.

For my work supporting women in adventure I’ve been named one of the ‘UK’s 30 most inspirational entrepreneur‘ by Business Leader, have been awarded Legacy Maker on the San Miguel alternative rich list, won the Next Generation Award and was shortlisted for a National Diversity Award.

Check out my Plan an Adventure page for tips and advice to help you get outdoors. Or go to About to find out more about me.

Best of my blog

On my blog you’ll find honest advice on all things adventure, outdoors, and conservation. As well as personal journals and over sharing of opinions….enjoy!

Looking for an adventure?

This year I’m organsing my most ambitious adventure project yet, the Women’s End2End Relay! A hiking relay stretching over 2,000km the length of the country from Land’s End to John O’Groats. I’m calling on women from the Love Her Wild community to help carry the baton. Are you up for the challenge?

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