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Alastair Humphreys makes his career from taking on exciting adventures in the world’s wild places. Find out more about them here, and read his expeditions blog

Download Alastair’s first three books for free (or buy them). Read the serialised chapters of Ten Lessons from the Road. Visit Alastair’s writing blog

Alastair’s motivational speaking and schools work

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Read about Alastair. Follow his latest plans on the blog or on Twitter. Look at his latest photos. Dig down into what interests you: encouragement, inspiration, cycling, travel, expeditions, photography, writing, the newest stuff, say hello, or read the most popular recent posts at the site such as these:

– A Day in the Life of an Adventurer
– The 100 Greatest Adventure Books
– 23 Things I’ve learned in 50 years
– This is your Everest
– 8 Tiny Ways to Improve your Life
– The Docking of the Banana Boat
– I wish I could do what you do

 
 

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