Megan Hine

Megan Hine

 

Megan Hine

 

Megan Hine is a British adventurer, wilderness expedition leader and survival expert. She also acts as a consultant for private individuals and film crews around the world.

With a lifelong thirst for travel and adventure Megan has amassed a huge amount of expertise in all aspects of the outdoors. By pushing her mental and physical limits in extreme environments Megan has explored remote jungles, arid deserts and high and cold mountains; taking private clients, celebrities and television crews to extreme and beautiful places they didn’t even know existed.

Megan’s fascination with cultural diversity and local skills and traditions has led her on a journey of discovery, spending time working with local tribes’ people the world over; from the San Bushman of the Kalahari to the Kelabit of Borneo and the Sami of Scandinavia. Her clients benefit from her knowledge of local customs and her love of sharing the ancient survival skills learnt from her time spent with these peoples.

A member of the Adventure Film Collective, Megan prides herself in organising all aspects of expeditons and safeguarding adventure film makers, clients and film crews into many extreme and inhospitable corners of the world. Megan has worked with numerous international production companies for adventure and extreme survival shows on channels such as ITV, Channel 4, Discovery, National Geographic and S4C. She has demonstrated her knowledge and skills both behind the scenes and infront of the camera as a survival expert, expedition leader, stunt performer and outdoor model.

 

Megan recently appeared on ITV’s “Bear Grylls’ Mission Survive” as one of Bear’s two survival captains. She is now working on a number of other projects to be broadcast over the summer.

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“My best friend Megan, at the back, is the most incredible bushcraft, climbing and mountain guide you’ll ever meet,” says Bear Grylls at a screening for the Island TV show. “She’s stronger than 99 per cent of the men I know, she’s incredible.”

Bear Grylls

(Radio times May 2014)

Latest Blog Posts

Wild Garlic and Pine-nut Pesto

This has to be hands-down one of my favourite wild food recipes. Why it is I couldn’t tell you, but if you like garlic you will love this! I originally heard the recipe when I was instructing for a Bushcraft company in Dorset and working with an amazing...

Gorse Wine Recipe

It has been so weird and wonderful to have spent so many weeks working in the UK, and although I haven’t been in just one place it has still given me a chance to reignite old passions that have fallen by the wayside in the constant travelling. One of those is...

Raising Awareness of Lyme Disease

For those of us who venture into the outdoors, most of us are aware of the risks around us. The weather, avalanche danger, rock fall. What many of us fail to grasp are the hidden risks. One such risk being Lyme disease. Having had Lyme disease myself I know first hand...