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Keith White

Team Leader

Keith began his walking journey in 2011 after walking the West Highland Way as a precursor to his dream of climbing Kilimanjaro for charity.

After summiting Kilimanjaro in 2013 and helping raise £250,000 for Macmillan, Keith realised that he had caught the mountain bug. He threw himself into more expeditions and more mountains in the UK. To work with equally passionate and motivated people in the industry.

After Aconcagua in 2016 and Elbrus in 2017, Keith qualified as a Mountain Leader and took his first group with 360 Expeditions to Toubkal, and also took his first steps out to the Himalayas to do Everest Base Camp and Island Peak. Keith’s next venture is back to Kilimanjaro, to where it all began for him, to take a team for 360 once again.

Keith’s love for the outdoors, his easy-going attitude and his commitment to experiencing all that life has to offer are infectious. His level-headed approach to adventure ensures that your journey is seamless.

Interview

What was your first adventure?

Kilimanjaro, Tanzania was my first adventure abroad . As a client, we helped raise close to £250,000 for Macmillan.

What has been your most memorable adventure?

Aconcagua, Argentina was my first experience of trekking with high altitude boots and crampons.

The environment was hostile and memorable, with landslides, snowstorms, and relentless wind! – Brilliant!

What item of travel kit you can't do without?

My Mountain Equipment Fitzroy jacket!  It’s a great layering, synthetic insulated jacket.

Very warm, packable, lightweight and practical.  It goes with me everywhere cold!

What three bits of advice would you give to people who are keen on adventures, trekking and climbing?

  1. To have an easy going, adaptive attitude when it comes to your adventure.
  2. Be willing to learn new skills, soak in new cultures.
  3. Above all else, have a fun time and make memories!

What is the best thing about your job?

Making life long memories and sharing them with friends of old, whilst making new ones!

Why did you choose to work for 360?

Very approachable, nurturing with their work ethic, fun, and diverse.

I just couldn’t fault either the course content, the organisation or the team that supported it. In actual fact I think the week surpassed my expectation and has now cemented my confidence to step up and get stuck into the more challenging expeditions I want to get into.

Mark Sullivan, Expedition Skills Course, 2015
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