Ambassador Claire Aspinall

Founder of Peak Discoverers

Claire Aspinall spent many years as a Field Geophysicist and Secondary Physics and Science teacher prior to launching Peak Discoverers.

Peak Discoverers was founded to deliver a set of courses and services, which benefits others who see the value in learning and developing themselves in an outdoor environment.

Fell Running

Claire is also an accomplished fell runner and is the Pennine Fell Runners Ladies Captain which is one of the most successful fell running clubs in the country.

As a member of the Institute of Outdoor Learning and founder of Peak Discoverers, Claire shares her passion for outdoor adventure and outdoor science through courses for children, adults, schools and families.

Ambassadors Posts

Young Family Days Out In Winter

5 Fun Family Days Out In Winter

Getting outside, being active and breathing in fresh air is vital for both your physical and mental health. And this isn’t just the case for adults – kids need plenty of quality time outdoors too! But as the dark nights draw in and the chill in the air intensifies, it’s easy to spend all day […]

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Choosing The Best Waterproof Trousers For You

Fed up of getting soaked through on your rainy hiking adventures? It’s time to invest in some new kit. And the best place to start is with trousers. If you’re feeling overwhelmed with choices, we’re here to help. Use our guide on choosing the best waterproof trousers for you to get you started. We’ll talk […]

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Hiker in the best walking trousers from Craghoppers

Choosing The Best Walking Trousers for You

Looking for a new pair of walking trousers? You’re in the right place. We’re here to talk you through the different types of walking trousers available, the seasons and activities they’re best for, and some of their key features. Interested? Keep on reading our guide to choosing the best walking trousers for you. How To […]

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