On the 25th February 2005 Glenn Shaw is due to leave the UK bound
for a 5 week solo circumnavigation of New Zealand.
Glenn has announced plans for a return trip to Mount Everest in
2003. This time he will attempt to reach base camp on the Tibetan
side of the mountain.
In December 2001 Glenn emabarked on the Southern Endeavour kayaking
expedition to the Antarctic Peninsula.
In January 1999, Glenn went back to the American Rockies aiming
to cross the Great Continental Divide by driving his team of huskies.
In February 1998, with legs still not fully recovered from the
Everest expedition, Glenn took part in a kayaking expedition to
the Middle East with Brunel Universities Research & Development
On the 28th March 1997, Glenn joined five more conventional pedestrian
adventures on an Oxventure Expedition to the roof of the world.
Upon Glenn's return from the Colorado mountains in the winter of
1995 he decided that he wanted to experience the Canadian Rockies
using his favourite modes of transport, the kayak and the Canadian