Keri Wallace is a fell runner, skyrunner, climber and writer. She is Summer Mountain Leader (SML) and Rock Climbing Instructor (RCI) qualified – and is a mother of two toddlers. Keri races her first mountain marathon in 2007 and has since gone on to win several of these events in various categories. She has been running and racing in the Scottish mountains for over a decade and lives in Glencoe. In 2010 she undertook a multi-stage solo traverse of the Bob Graham, Paddy Buckley and Charlie Ramsay Rounds for charity (over 10 days). Keri has over 5 years of Mountain Rescue experience in Glencoe. Last year she qualified for a place in the UK Skyrunning Team for the Mamores Vertical Kilometre 2018, which she completed just three days after finishing 12th in the GORE-TEX® Transalpine-Run (a 260km/16,000m multi-stage trail race crossing the Alps from Germany to Italy over 7 days). Keri has a PhD in neurobiology and works part-time as a freelance sports/adventure writer.