Interview: Sir Ranulph Fiennes

Trek and Mountain brings you an interview with Sir Ranulph Fiennes at The Transglobe Expedition Trust and Berghaus Campfire 2017.

Sir Ranulph Fiennes is described by the Guinness Book of Records as “the world’s greatest living explorer”. From 1979 – 82 he led the Transglobe Expedition, one of Fiennes’ most epic journeys to circumnavigate the world on its polar axis, using only surface transport. In total, the team covered 52,000 miles over three years. Since then he has made unsupported trips to both poles, run seven marathons in seven days in seven continents and summited Everest. Most recently, in April 2015, he became the oldest Briton to complete the Marathon des Sables in aid of Marie Curie.

He talks to Tybalt about his previous expeditions and future plans.

More info:

Leave a Comment