Paul Pritchard

Paul Pritchard is an award-winning author, respected mountaineer, and internationally renowned public speaker. He serves as a disability advocate, delivering keynote presentations worldwide. Additionally, Paul dedicates his time as a diversity and inclusion trainer, volunteering for the Human Library, an organization that challenges the harmful effects of stereotyping and prejudice.

With four published books to his credit, namely Deep Play: Climbing the World’s Most Dangerous Routes, The Totem Pole, The Mountain Path: A Climber’s Journey Through Life and Death, and The Longest Climb: A Memoir of Love, Mountaineering, and Healing Paul has earned recognition in the literary world. His achievements include winning the Boardman Tasker Award for Mountain Literature on two occasions and securing the grand prize at the Banff Mountain Book Festival. Paul resides in Hobart, Tasmania.

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