After spending her college years near London, Holly’s been busy exploring all corners of the globe.
Her greatest adventure to date is her trip to the Arctic island of Svalbard – where she hiked, climbed and cruised her way through barren arctic desert, spotting whales, polar bears and reindeer. “Seeing it all under midnight sunlight, it’s almost too much to put into words”.
When did you discover your passion for travel, adventure or the outdoors?
“I think it was on my first overnight tramping experience on the Copland Track – surrounded by beautiful New Zealand rainforest, alpine meadows, gurgling creeks and epic swing bridges… all under the view of the snow-capped peaks of the almighty Southern Alps. It was amazing!”
Working in tourism has been a great excuse to travel – her career has seen her follow the winters, with the odd escape to Europe and Asia in between.
Holly’s quirky talents include touching her nose with her tongue, and hanging a spoon from her nose! And when she’s not out on the trail, she’s hiking, swimming, skiing and snowboarding her way around the countryside.