Ambassador Craig Fordham

Bushcraft and Survival Expert

With a life-long love for the great outdoors inherited from scouting parents Craig is never happiest than when he’s in the woods teaching Bushcraft and Survival to children, adults and outdoor instructors.

Bushcraft Experience

His study and interest in friction fire lighting have earned him respect in the Bushcraft community and led him to run demos and lessons on the Craghoppers stand at The Bushcraft Show.

When not teaching or travelling he loves spending time volunteering at a Big Cat Sanctuary close to his home in Kent and studying new primitive and Bushcraft related skills. You might also find Craig in a canoe exploring lakes and rivers.

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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