Ray Mears: Born to go Wild

Join Ray Mears on his new tour 'Born To Go Wild' at The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh on 13th October!

Ray Mears: Born to go Wild

About Ray Mears: Born to go Wild

From a very young age Ray discovered the joys of exploring the Wilderness, the most intact, undisturbed wild natural areas left on our planet. His fascination with this environment that has not been modified by civilized human activity, has greatly shaped his life. Ray will take you on a journey that he deeply values for cultural, spiritual, moral and aesthetic reasons and explain why he believes these are vital for the human spirit and creativity.

Website www.raymears.com
Twitter @Ray_Mears

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