Extreme Dreams is a showcase for Dean Dunbar, blind adventurer

Two years after being registered blind, at the age of 29, Dean did a charity tandem skydive which changed his life.

Since then he has notched up over 80 activities around the world, ranging from adventure racing to zorbing, and set almost 20 world firsts in activities ranging from open-water swimming to stand up paddle-boarding.

And there’s more, over 80 challenges in fact…!

Click on any challenge for the full write-up:

LATEST ADVENTURES

To keep his training fun, (for the upcoming 11 City SUP Tour – 220km, non-stop, in under 35 hours), Dean has set himself several SUP challenges.  His latest involved him paddling his SUP 70km from North Uist to St Kilda.  Read more HERE. Read more…

VIDEO FEATURES 

Here are the latest videos featuring Dean’s adventures: Click here to go to the  channel

STAND UP PADDLE (SUP) BLOG 

3rd August 2017

Clunie Loch, Scotland

The end of another training session on Clunie Loch – wind rain and sunshine.

Now tucking into boil in the bag Mexican tuna pasta and rice with sweetcorn. Sweetcorn? Sweetcorn! What the… Read more…

Read the full Stand Up Paddle Blog here

LATEST NEWS  

  • September 11 – With the awesome SUPerwoman Joanne Hamilton Vale as his sighted guide, Dean will be taking on his biggest SUP challenge yet, (also Europe’s longest non-stop SUP event) – the 220km non-stop SUP 11 City Tour
  • July 4th – With sea kayak adventurer Patrick Winterton as his sighted guide, Dean became the first person to paddle a SUP, (70km), from North Uist to St Kilda.  Read more HERE.
  • February 15th – Dean will be talking at the launch night of the Fort William Mountain Festival.

Read more…

SPONSORS

These sponsors have been a tremendous help in supplying kit and support for my challenges.

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Having taken on over 80 challenges around the world and set almost 20 world firsts, Dean has a large repertoire to draw upon. Whether it be talking about becoming the first person to abseil the UK’s highest waterfall, or swim the UK’s highest loch, or being the first registered blind person to stand up paddle-board from the Scilly Isles to Cornwall, or bungee jump from a helicopter, Dean has many experiences to share.

Latest: On 15th February 2017 Dean will be talking at the launch night of the Fort William Mountain Festival.

Read more on Dean-Talks.com

WORLD FIRSTS

Dean has been the first in the world with a number of his challenges…