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Updated by Deadly Content on Jan 23, 2016
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British Adventurers to follow in 2016

Sometimes we all need a little bit extra inspiration to get into the outdoors more often, to travel and search out new experiences in order to grow. Here is a list of the 10 most influential and interesting Adventurer Bloggers who you need to follow in 2016.

Alastair Humphreys

Alastair Humphreys is an adventure blogger, author and pioneer of "MicroAdventures". He has cycled around the world, walked across India and rowed the Atlantic. Alastair was named as a National Geographic Adventurer of the Year for his work with microadventures, trying to encourage people to get outside, get out of their comfort zone, go somewhere they've never been.

Will Copestake

Will Copestake is e of the younger adventurers on the list and an avid photographer. Originally from Scotland, he was UK Adventurer of the Year 2015 and has taken many great walks on his road to his reputation as an Adventures.

He has many expeditions to his name including Walks of New Zealand, walking across Iceland, guiding in Patagonia and the machair to munro expedition; a circumnavigation of Scotland by kayak and winter ascent of the munro mountains.

Ash Dykes

He was reputedly the first person to walk the length of Mongolia alone and now Ash Dykes, is traversing the huge island of Madagascar. There are sure to be many mountains, savannahs, rivers and jungles along the way.

Update: Ash is now over halfway into this mammoth expedition which is sure to result in some fascinating photography.

Levison Wood

Levison Wood is a British explorer, writer and photographer who in 2014 walked the length of the river Nile, some 4000 miles over a period of nine months. His work has taken him around the world leading expeditions on five continents and he is an elected Fellow of both the Royal Geographical Society and the Explorers Club. His documentary 'Walking the Nile’ launched on Channel 4 in January 2015, to great critical acclaim, with his book of the same name a Sunday Times bestseller for 4 weeks running. Levison's current expedition walking the entire length of the Himalayas is being filmed for a further Channel 4 series, with his book 'Walking The Himalayas' to be published by Hodder & Stoughton in January 2016.

Tom Allen

Tom Allen is the inspiration for many of the people you now see taking on a bicycle tour. He is very much a frugal adventurer who is know to have taken on trips despite having no cash, no cards, and a bike he rescued from a scrapyard.

His original bicycle adventure took him through Sudan, Iran, Yemen, Syria, the Arctic, Ethiopia, Armenia and Mongolia. So if you’re thinking of taking on an adventure or cycle tour of some sort, or you’re planning a big trip and are looking for a voice of experience to help out, Tom and his website are a great place to start.

Dave Cornthwaite

Dave Cornthwaite is an Adventurer and founder of SayYesMore, which has to the sole purpose of bringing more enjoyment to life.

In late 2015 he began walking the Masar with fellow Adventurer Leon McCarron but having fractured his footm they have been delayed. They are still walking!

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    Adventure Travel Blogger from Dublin, Ireland.

    My name is Derek Cullen. In late 2013 after the loss of both parents and a realization that my life was out of control, I began riding a bicycle solo across Africa. It was here that I discovered a passion for the outdoors, travel writing and the general unexpected nature of life.

    Except after spending so much time moving in a journey of constant uncertainty, it was incredibly difficult adapting back to my old lifestyle and the routine it brought. So I decided there just had to be a way of somehow turning my passion, into something I did for a living and the only way I knew to go about it, was by taking back to this uncertain nature of life on the road.I am now a travel writer and earn an online income from writing content for travel or adventure related websites.

    I genuinely believe in the importance of following your passion and so while I often refer to myself with the silly title of an “Irish Adventurer”, this Blog is not just about the wilderness trips I take but rather to inspire others toward searching out their passion in life and doing it, whatever the cost.

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