Ignore Your Fear and Do That Adventure with Fiona Quinn

Fiona Quinn is most notably known for setting a world first and Stand-Up Paddleboarding from Lands End to John O’Groats – including crossing the Irish Sea and narrowly avoiding the third-largest whirlpool in the world. 

Still not impressed? Fiona is also afraid of the sea and open water, which makes this incredible feat that much more impressive. 

It was a pleasure to have Fiona on for a quick talk about her background, achievements, mindset, and what’s next!

You can catch her on her website, purchase her book “Ignore The Fear”, and follow her on Instagram to keep up to date with her adventures:

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Between The Mountains delivers researched, in-depth interviews, captivating expeditions, and expert advice for must-do adventures in the world of Adventure Travel!

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