About ‘Don’t Get Lost’

Alastair Clark lives in England but has a Scottish mother who named him after Sgurr Alasdair in the Cuillin mountain range  on the Isle of Skye.  He has a career history of working in formal and informal adult education and he has a strong personal interest in the outdoors.  He qualified as a canoe and kayak coach and has trained and supervised groups of young people undertaking expeditions for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. His passion for discovery of the outdoors has taken him walking and cycling throughout the UK and in Germany, France Morocco and Korea.    He teaches map reading and walk planning as part of an adult education programme and has led walking holidays from five centres in the UK.

Alastair Says:

In January 2009 I was inspired to start this blog as a personal record of my ongoing exploration of the natural world as well as providing a platform to support some of the formal and informal training that I offer. I very much welcome comments and contributions.

Alastair Clark also offers educational consultancy work and his  CV can be found at  http://aclark.eu/

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