Adventure Magazine


Sir Ranulph Fiennes has spent his life in pursuit of extreme adventure in some of the most ambitious private expeditions ever undertaken. His achievements are lengthy and in 1984 the Guinness Book of Records named him the “world’s greatest living explorer.”

Sir Ranulph was due to be visiting our shores to share his tales of epic adventures and explorations, when Coronovirus hit and the world as we know it was put into a spin.

His talk, “An Evening with the World’s Greatest Living Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes” has since been delayed and we will let you know as soon as a new date is scheduled, but it will be a treat for any adventurer or simply anyone looking for a motivational and entertaining night out. So to whet your appetite here's a bit about the man behind the accolades.

It seems strange that the person who Sir Ranulph wished to emulate was a person he would never meet, his father. Sir Ranulph was born in England in 1944, at the end of the war which claimed the life of his father just four months before he was born. However his mother kept his memory alive with stories of his exploits as an officer in the British army and that became Ranulph’s goal, to follow in his father’s footsteps.

“My father had been killed in the war 4 months before I was born. I was brought up with stories of his endeavours and I was

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