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

Duke of Edinburgh Hike – Loughrigg Fell

Looking for a new hike route? Why not give Loughrigg Fell a go? Our team joined the DofE gang on this walk and this is what they had to say. Loughrigg Fell Hike We’d recommend an early start to be able park up in the minimal layby space available but the walk is absolutely worth […]

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Duke of Edinburgh Expeditions 101

We all know one of the best bits about the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is the expedition!  It’s all about planning, training and working as a team, unaccompanied, in the great outdoors.  It’s where friends for life and memories are made.  Here’s what to expect, and how to prepare to feel that little bit more […]

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Ultimate Guide: Duke of Edinburgh Expedition Packing List

Ready to embark on your Duke of Edinburgh expedition? Packing can be both exciting and daunting, but fear not – we have got you covered!   Let us take you through our recommended packing list; delving into what is needed from your waterproof jackets all the way to outdoor equipment to make your journey as smooth […]

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