A 500km biodiversity transect via an unclimbed mountain
Nias Island Fishermen
The Bay of Bengal to the Arabian Sea
A SHORT CYCLE TO THE ARCTIC CIRCLE
Cycling the west coast of Norway
RANGERS WITHOUT BORDERS
Ranger cooperation in Europe’s last primeval forest
THE DEATH OF A SHEEP
Oli Broadhead is a 23-year-old amateur adventurer, photographer and writer, currently working in Nairobi as a researcher and exhibit designer for Eden Project International. His expeditions include an attempted (read “failed”) first ascent of a remote Sumatran mountain, a biodiversity survey of a previously unresearched rainforest and two months spent walking coast to coast across South India - sleeping in fields frequented by tigers and facing the monsoon with no tent (his own fault).
Oli has given talks at the Royal Geographic Society, TEDx Edinburgh and the London Mountaineering Club, and has written articles for magazines such as Sidetracked, National Geographic Kids, and Say Yes to Adventure.