Me in 3 – Up, For, It!
Place to Play – Knoydart. Three great hills, lack of roads, The Old Forge, fresh mussels from the beaches to cook at your camp and when you walk in from Kinloch Hourn, there is a view down Loch Hourn from Creag Raonabhal which is one of the best vistas in the world.
Not a lot of people know this – I have signed the “Official Secrets Act”. I would love to tell you why but……
Mini Bio – Despite coming from SW London I have always been an explorer and was fascinated by wild life! As a kid, I would ride my bike to any bit of open space like Wimbledon Common, Mitcham Common or Bushy Park to explore and search for frogs, newts or small mammals and watch the deer in the Royal Parks. Nothing has changed except that I have gone a little further afield. I still explore on a bike and as an International Mountain Leader I have been lucky enough to lead treks in very many parts of the world. However, my first love is the British Isles and I’m still making new discoveries in our beautiful country.
Adventurer's Stories about Steve
I thought Steve went above and beyond in terms of teaching us how to navigate new terrain.Laura Kennelly
Steve Gray simply is the best! Completely competent, friendly, witty, reassuring, and accommodating. He always wore a pleasant smile. He really extended himself to ensure a good time was had by all. I always felt in good hands under his wilderness leadership. I'd love to do another WS trip with him sometime. His bio is not listed on your WS website, which should be fixed.Vicky Anderson
Our guide, Steve Gray, was first rate. He was a true professional...completely competent in every aspect ( safety, driving, map-reading etc.) and a great pleasure to be with.Wendy Castine