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

We asked 5 amazing women we work with, “How do we encourage our next generation of female leaders?”

At Craghoppers, we work with many strong, amazing women every day – in the workplace, through our partnerships and our Ambassadors. We are truly inspired. This International Women’s Day, we would like to share with you a snapshot into the lives of 5 of them. These women are each making their mark in the world […]

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Guide to Climbing Croagh Patrick

Nicknamed the ‘Reek’, hiking Croagh Patrick is usually at the top of many walkers’ to-do lists. But why is this? And what makes Croagh Patrick important? Steeped in history and religion, mystery shrouds this mountain – all adding to its famous allure. So if you’re planning on giving it a go, there are a few […]

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Celebrating LGBTQ History Month with English Heritage

At English Heritage we tell the story of England through the historical sites and collections within our care. This includes telling stories from history that may have previously been hidden from view. We know that throughout history people have lived lives drastically outside the accepted sexual and gender norms of the time. Repressive social attitudes […]

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