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    Caroline Hart

    Sociable | Curious | Reliable

    Mini Bio

    I started out working as an outdoor instructor the summer I left school but then after doing a Maths degree at Uni I started to teach and loved it so much I stayed while we had our family of three children. Besides teaching Maths I have always run the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award scheme in school. I have substituted the classroom for the mountains now and am excited to share my love for travel, meeting new people and being active outside through my role as an Adventure Guide with Wilderness Scotland.

    Place to Play

    Mountains and beaches. Glencoe – my Munro exploits started here on a climb on the majestic Buachaille Etive Mor. I love the grandeur and remoteness of the valleys and the views from the summits. I also love Portstewart Strand beach too in the very north of Northern Ireland.

    Not a lot of people Know

    In the winter I run my own business organising outdoor and well-being Retreats which focus on getting outside into the hills, mindful relaxation and yoga, all fuelled by plant-based food.

    Qualifications Read More

    B.Sc. (Hons), PGCE and M.Ed, Certificate in Counselling as well as Coaching and Mentoring and the Mountain Leader Award.

    Experience Read More

    I have organised lots of adventures in places such as India, French, Swiss and Italian Alps, Portugal, Morocco, the Lake District, as well as many parts of Scotland and Ireland. One of the mantras that has come out of these trips is…….”It is not how high but who with!”

    Biggest Adventure Read More

    5-day sea kayaking trip off the north end of Vancouver Island watching and listening to amazing orca whales and avoiding bears in the campsites by singing loudly and clicking stones together.

    Specialist subject Read More

    People – they fascinate me!

    Publications Read More

    I was the guide for an article which appeared in Trail magazine on the Mourne Mountains; a beautiful little range of granite-topped mountains in Northern Ireland.

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    © Caroline Hart / Wilderness Scotland

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