Simon Ingram is a journalist and author. He has over a decade of experience writing for and editing award-winning national magazines, newspapers and websites. His work centres principally on landscape, the cultural history of the natural world, mountains and mountaineering.

As a journalist Simon's work has appeared in Trail Magazine, Country Walking Magazine, Empire, The Ernest Journal, LandScape, The Independent, The Sunday Times and The Guardian, and Outdoor Fitness Magazine.

He contributes to The Guardian Country Diary and his photographs have been used extensively in editorial reportage.  

He is the author of the critically-acclaimed debut Between the Sunset and the Sea (HarperCollins, 2015) - an exploration of the British mountains and their enduring fascination. In February 2016 the book was the subject of an episode of BBC Radio 4's Ramblings with Clare Balding (available here: http://bbc.in/1Lfm0Sn)

As a mountaineer he has climbed throughout the UK, and also the High Atlas of Morocco, Arctic Norway, Patagonia, the French, German and Italian Alps, Slovenia, the Balkans and East Africa.

He is currently the Editor of Trail, the UK's Best Selling hillwalking Magazine and PPA Magazine of the Year 2005. He lives in Stamford, Lincolnshire.

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Follow Simon on Twitter: @MrSimonIngram