NIGEL VARDY, is a keen mountaineer and collector of antiquarian mountaineering equipment and literature. He has studied history since childhood and believes strongly in promoting mountain heritage in education. As a teenager, his secondary school undertook outdoor pursuits as part of the curriculum and these experiences shaped his life. He is a great believer in outdoor education for all from an early age. Nigel has climbed in most of the worlds greater ranges, but when he’s not wandering the globe, he speaks in schools, outdoor centres and at mountain festivals. He suffered severe frostbite in Alaska and uses his experiences to motivate audiences across the UK and Europe. He’s often on TV and Radio, writes articles for the climbing press and is a core presenter at the Kendal Mountain Festival.
A diverse and enthusiastic team are ensuring that mountain heritage is protected for now and for the future. We're a small team but we've got big ambitions.