Victoria has worked on or enjoyed taking part in her own mountaineering, trekking, skiing and adventure expeditions in locations from the Alps to Antarctica, The Andes to the Arctic, The Sahara to Central America, The Himalaya to The Grand Canyon, and Tanzania, Kenya, Iceland, Norway, New Zealand, Australia, Tasmania and Patagonia.
Victoria understands the pressures of expedition life well, having experienced first hand the conditions and burdens as both expedition member and vital support crew.
In 2010 Victoria joined a guided team to undertake an unsupported traverse of the Northern Patagonian Ice Cap, the largest non-polar icecap in the world and one of the most remote and savage places on our planet. Whilst enduring the worst storm to hit the ice cap in 10 years, the team survived by living in a gradually collapsing ice cave for 5 days while the storms raged outside, visibility was nil and hurricane force winds would not permit usual tent life or moving across the ice cap to safety.
Victoria has undertaken her own polar training course in The Arctic, has been to Antarctica twice, and many places between. Victoria believes that to be the best expedition manager she can be, she needs to experience first hand the pressures of challenging environments and the associated hurdles.
Victoria thrives on undertaking her own challenges as well as advising on and organising those for others and continues her worldwide travel to farflung places when time permits, extending her understanding of this industry and the valuable and vital contacts within it.
Chase lives and breathes adventure, 24-7.