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    Louise Hemingway

    Louise Hemingway

    Resilient | Considerate | Fun loving

    Mini Bio

    My love of the outdoors and nature developed at a young age growing up on the family farm in Hertfordshire. My first visit to the Lake District was in my late teens and I was hooked on hill walking and adventure from that moment on. Studying Agriculture was a natural progression and after completing my degree, I embarked on a 25 year career in the Agricultural Industry, but my passion for walking and the mountains never left me. I am now fortunate to be living the dream in my second career as an outdoor instructor and walking guide and loving every minute of it!

    Places to Play

    Apart from the obvious mountainous areas in the UK, north Norfolk is a special place. You only go there if you want to as it’s not on route to anywhere and the beaches and big skies are amazing, especially in the winter.

    Not a lot of people know this

    I sing soprano in a choir.

    Qualification Read More
    • Summer Mountain Leader
    • Mental Health 1st Aider
    • Outdoor 1 st Aider
    Experience Read More

    In my previous life in the corporate world, I led diverse teams, which enabled me to develop transferrable skills that I now use to guide, inspire and motivate adults and young people. I’m lucky enough to have had adventures in Australia, New Zealand, North America and Canada, South America, The Galapagos Islands, the Middle East, Africa and most of the mountain ranges in Europe.

    Biggest Adventure Read More

    Probably my first one when I was 18 – travelling solo to Israel and living on a kibbutz for a year, followed by an adventure through the Middle East. This was before the internet era, and I look back now and relish the ‘off grid’ feeling and the resilience the experience taught me. More recently, adventures in Patagonia and New Zealand.

    Specialist Subject Read More

    As a qualified Agronomist, I have a broad knowledge of plant pathology, soil science and food production – and don’t get me started on moss and lichen! I also make a pretty good hot chocolate.

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