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I'm proud to be a #GetOutside champion for Ordnance Survey, and a Hill Walking Ambassador for the British Mountaineering Council!

So far I've spoken at Keswick Mountain Festival, run a bunch of workshops and skills sessions, trotted up Snowdon with co-OS Champ Jason Rawles, trotted up Catbells (Lake District) with the BMC and the inspirational Meek Family, scrambled up Tryfan (Snowdonia) with the BMC under the excellent tutelage of Rachael Crewesmith, and done a spot of orienteering. Next up, a 24hr mountain race. eek.

Read my OS Q&A here. 

Mary-Ann has travelled extensively - for work and pleasure - to destinations including Tibet, Jordan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Fiji, India, Bangladesh, Ukraine, Algeria, Uganda, Argentina, Australia and Thailand.  She's also explored nooks and corners of the British Isles, including Shetland, Orkney, the Outer Hebrides, Scilly Isles, Gower Peninsula and Scottish Highlands.
She's an HSE certified PADI Divemaster, has trained with the British Sub-Aqua Club and has used full-face masks and comms systems.
She holds a current HABC Level 3 First Aid at Work award, is a qualified Oxygen Administrator and has training in first aid in remote and hostile environments.
She completed a Rory Peck Trust-approved Working in Hostile Regions training course in 2014 with Tyr Solutions.
Mary-Ann is an experienced offshore sailor, having completed crossings of the North Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. She's a watchleader with the tall ship sailing charity Jubilee Sailing Trust.
She's an experienced outdoorswoman, enjoys hiking, camping and bivvying in all weathers, is an enthusiastic horse rider and likes messing about on rivers.
Her rescue dog Harpo is one of her favourite buddies for adventuring.

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