Who is Matt Prior?

Matt has lived and worked in the United Kingdom, Australia and Hong Kong. After completing his degree he served for six years in the Royal Air Force flying Tucanos and Hawks before being subject to the UK Defence cuts. Since his teenage years he has travelled to over eighty five countries. Some of the more interesting include: Argentina, Bolivia, Bosnia, Chile, China, Falkland Islands, Indonesia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Lesotho, Nepal, Norway, Russia, Peru, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Tanzania, Tibet, Turkmenistan, the UAE, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. He has ascended various famous peaks across five continents, with the highest being just short of 20,000ft (6000m).

Who is Matt Prior?

Matt has lived and worked in the United Kingdom, Australia and Hong Kong. After completing his degree he served for six years in the Royal Air Force flying Tucanos and Hawks before being subject to the UK Defence cuts. Since his teenage years he has travelled to over eighty five countries. Some of the more interesting include: Argentina, Bolivia, Bosnia, Chile, China, Falkland Islands, Indonesia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Lesotho, Nepal, Norway, Russia, Peru, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Tanzania, Tibet, Turkmenistan, the UAE, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. He has ascended various famous peaks across five continents, with the highest being just short of 20,000ft (6000m).

Who is Matt Prior?

Matt has lived and worked in the United Kingdom, Australia and Hong Kong. After completing his degree he served for six years in the Royal Air Force flying Tucanos and Hawks before being subject to the UK Defence cuts. Since his teenage years he has travelled to over eighty five countries. Some of the more interesting include: Argentina, Bolivia, Bosnia, Chile, China, Falkland Islands, Indonesia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Lesotho, Nepal, Norway, Russia, Peru, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Tanzania, Tibet, Turkmenistan, the UAE, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. He has ascended various famous peaks across five continents, with the highest being just short of 20,000ft (6000m).