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Walking

Stody Hall Barns Stody

Melton Constable, Norfolk,NL25

United Kingdom

Company Description

Established in 2010, Walking With The Wounded provides vulnerable veterans' independence through employment. We recognise the inherent skills of our armed service personnel and wants to complement these qualities, as well as provide support to transfer their...more

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First Vice President

Institute for Outdoor Learning


Affiliations

Royal Geographic Society

Fellow


The Endure Foundation

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Royal Geographical Society

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Conrad Dickinson
Conrad Dickinson Team Guide An experienced expedition and polar regions guide, Conrad is looking forward to reconnecting with his first love: cold weather travel. His notable experience includes operating in many of the world's coldest places during the last 30 years.


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Conrad Dickinson
Walking With The Wounded - South Pole 2013 A born and bred Northumbrian, Conrad has enjoyed the outdoors since he was a boy. Conrad is the first and only Briton to have achieved the 'Polar Grand Slam' - completing the World's recognised three hardest Polar journeys, crossing Greenland; the Antarctic plateau to reach the South Pole and the Arctic to the North Pole…all unsupported. Conrad became a Captain during his Short Service Commission in the Army and specialized in Arctic Warfare whilst training in Norway. In 2011 Conrad trained the BBC film crew and Blue Peter presenter Helen Skelton for her successful trip to the South Pole. Conrad Dickinson Conrad Dickinson Team Guide


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Conrad Dickinson
A proud Northumbrian and former Army Captain, Conrad is the first and only Briton to achieve what is called the "Polar Grand Slam" completing the three of the world's hardest Polar journeys, Crossing Greenland, South Pole and the North Pole all unsupported. In the last 30 years he has either led or taken part in over 35 expeditions operating in most of the world's coldest climates including Norway, Sweden, Greenland, Arctic Canada, Spitsbergen, Iceland, Yukon, Siberia and Antarctica. In 2003 he crossed Greenland, unsupported from the East Coast to the West Coast in 28 days and in 2004/2005 dubbed by the international expedition community as one of the "cleanest, boldest expeditions ever to take place in Antarctica" a team of 4 including his wife skied from the Antarctic coast to the South Pole unsupported, then kited back in 75 days. Only the second ever return journey to the South Pole (the first being Amundsen in 1911). The following year Conrad along with Richard Weber skied, unsupported, from Northern Canada over the frozen Arctic Ocean to the Geographic North Pole. Conrad is a Fellow of the Royal Geographic Society and patron of BSES (British Schools Exploring Society), now called British Exploring.


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