Vertical Journeys: From the Peak District to Everest and Antarctica
Climber, adventurer, explorer. From the Peak District’s grit, via the footsteps of Mallory, to Ulvetanna’s Antarctic summit, Leo Houlding is Britain’s modern face of adventure, and is among the top climbers in the world. A specialist in free climbing and fearless base jumper, Leo takes the ultimate in extreme sports to the most extreme environments. He is also a gifted and inspirational speaker, so this will be an exciting evening!
All proceeds from the Lecture will go towards the work of The Himalayan Trust UK. A Trustee will give a brief, illustrated account of a recent journey to Taplejung, the remote and beautiful district below Kanchenjunga, to visit schools currently supported by the Trust.
Doors open 6.00pm. Lecture 7.00pm.
Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR.
Tickets available online from World Expeditions or by post (please send a cheque payable to Himalayan Trust UK and enclose a stamped addressed envelope) to Mary Lowe, Danewood, Upper Holloway, Matlock DE4 5AW.