Meet the team.
Were all working to inspire women to spend more time outdoors and lead an adventurous life
Emma Walker -
Born and bred in Wales, UK, I've been living in beautiful Australia for the last 5 years. I was thrust into the outdoors at a young age; by 12 years old I'd learnt to water ski and worked with my dad day and night to convert a van to a camper and take a family trip to France.
What I love to do: Rain and hail doesn't bother me (I am Welsh after all), as long as I'm outside. I love to dive, kayak, camp and cook outdoors as much as I can.
Favourite Adventure: I think the most exhilarating has to be learning to paraglide on the Central Coast of NSW. Something I never thought I would do, even when I was flying with the birds at 1200ft in the air! I've learnt (and continue to learn) to never let fear stop you from experiencing great things; you'll always regret it!
Sabine Zonderland -
Nomadic digital marketing professional with a love for muddy boots, log fires and fresh mountainous air.
What I love to do : escape the great indoors and head for the great outdoors ; running, climbing, riding, diving, the list goes on!
Favourite Adventure: It's too tough to choose 🙈 Most recently, I completed a 4 day hike around Tongariro Northern Circuit, one of the Great Walks of New Zealand. I loved every minute; the breath taking scenery, the sore legs, the endless views and unmatched satisfaction of camping food... oh take me back!
Lucy Entwistle -
UK Events Assistant
A keen hiker and aspiring author of children’s walking books, I gave up an office job in 2015 to live more adventurously.
What I love: Exploring. Piling on ALL of my clothes to brave the cold in the Arctic Circle, in search of the elusive northern lights, or stumbling upon a bluebell wood on a quiet afternoon bike ride from home. Be it exotic and intrepid, or gentle and low-key, I just love getting out there and finding beautiful things.
Favourite adventure: A four -day hike along the Laugavegur Trail in Iceland, across misty glaciers, toe-numbing rivers and somewhat-daunting volcano warning zones. The perfect way to experience Iceland's beautiful, unique and impressively wild landscape.
Zoe Iliffe -
Social Media Assistant
A Marketing graduate based in Wales,
I've recently returned from a year long trip where I traveled Asia, New Zealand and the East Coast of Australia in an old pop-up campervan where I gained my love for travel & the great outdoors!
What I love to do: I love hiking and camping (a year in a van didn't put me off too much!), exploring new places and experiencing new adventures.
Favourite Adventure: I loved the whole year of travelling and New Zealand was definitely a highlight for me! Hiking the Sealy Tarns track overlooking Mount Cook in the South Island ; the hike was tough but the view, glorious and unforgettable.