For the last twenty years, an Englishman has been a senior trainer and key family liaison member of Yosemite Search & Rescue, one of the world's busiest organisations of its kind. Moose Mutlow's curious career path took him through stints as a street-performing juggler, a deputy headmaster in the Kalahari and more than 2000 days leading and instructing in the wildest of the world’s places.
Moose's books and online courses are used by professionals, not only to learn the practical skills of swift water rescue, but also the emotional techniques to lead worried or grieving relatives through rescues and recoveries of loved ones. All this while leading a $50m project in Yosemite to introduce more young people to life in wild places.
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