Sir Ranulph Fiennes - Pendulum Summit - Explorer - Adventurer

Sir Ranulph Fiennes

With decades worth of adventures from all over the globe, Sir Ranulph Fiennes has been enthralling audiences of all kinds. Having an impressive list of achievements under his belt, including being the youngest Captain in the Army and the oldest British person to climb Mount Everest, Sir Ranulph Fiennes has invaluable life lessons for people from all backgrounds.

His expeditions around the world include Transglobe (the world’s first surface journey around the world’s polar axis) 1979-82; North Polar Unsupported Expedition (furthest north unsuppported record) 1986; Anglo-Soviet North Pole Expedition 1990/91; co-leader of the Ubar Expedition (which in 1991 discovered Ptolomy’s long-lost Atlantis of the Sands, the frankincense centre of the world); leader of the Pentland South Pole expedition 1992/93 (which achieved the first unsupported crossing of the Antarctic Continent and the longest unsupported polar journey in history).

He’s also the author of 18 books  has raised over £18 million for different charities

He’s an expert in the fields of:

  • Leadership.
  • Peak Performance.
  • Motivation & Inspiration.
  • Mental Resilience.