Having been brought up in Norway, I have always had a passion for the outdoors and wild places. This reached a new level in 2012 when me and my wife hiked the 2660 Miles of the Pacific Crest Trail in the United States. It was a truly life-changing experience that would reconfirm my desire to explore and protect the world’s wild landscapes.
I have since hiked across Iceland, and now spend most of my time exploring the UK’s wild places, spending time with my family and renovating our lovely old schoolhouse.
Place to Play
I love the big open spaces of the Northumberland Coast. I have walked all but about 3 miles (Sorry Blyth!) of the coast from Berwick Upon Tweed to Scarborough. Having such an amazing place to play on your doorstep, yet still being able to discover hidden gems makes me lucky to live here! If I could choose anywhere to play though, I would go back to the Cascade Mountains in USA.
Not a lot of people know this
I eat apple crumble with milk. The correct way to have it served!