How Kayaking can open up a new world of outdoor experiences . . . with Katie Ellis
Welcome to the 19th episode of the Hardest Kit on the Planet Podcast brought to you by Heinnie Haynes. In this podcast we try to extract as much knowledge and ideas as possible from some of the hardest people and companies on the planet. Our aim for the podcast is to continually provide you with some great knowledge and information from a wide range of people and companies who are actually out there doing the business.
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The Show Notes
This week we chat to a woman called Katie Ellis who is a kayaker. Not just a kayaker though, she is a woman who has kayaked around the entirety of Great Britain. She is a really cool lady who just loves to spend time on the water and i’m sure she can help encourage you to give it a go too.
In this episode we look at how Katie got into kayaking and how easy it is for you or anyone to get started (it’s also pretty cheap too!). We also chat all about her adventure kayaking around GB including what it entailed, some of the challenges and some of the things she learnt along the way. We then trap up the conversation looking at how kayaking and in particular sea kayaking is evolving, which I found particularly interesting!
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