Leader since: 2014
Walking Qualifications: Summer ML, Winter Mountain Craft, Winter Navigation, Crevasse Rescue, Teaching Certificate in Outdoor Pursuits, Singe Pitch Award, NNAS Silver
Language Skills: Trevor speaks basic French and very basic German but is fluent in Kiswahili
Hobbies and interests: Reading mountaineering literature; collector of Alfred Wainwright first edition pictorial guides, guidebooks, and prints.
About Trevor: Trevor has lived and worked in mountains all of his adult life. He worked as a climbing instructor in Scotland and North Wales and was a member of a Peak District Mountain Rescue Team for nearly ten years. Trevor has also run the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme Expeditions for young people.
Trevor has walked most of the long distance paths in Britain and climbed and trekked extensively in Europe ascending many 4,000m plus peaks including Mount Blanc. Having lived and worked in Tanzania, Trevor has also climbed most of the big mountains in North, East and Central Africa. Trevor believes passionately that mountain experiences are worth so much more if they can be shared with others and works hard to ensure that all members of each group succeed in the challenges that are presented by each holiday and enjoy them!