Talks are free as part of the festival. We've chosen some amazing speakers which we hope will inspire you - long after the tent is safely packed away.
Join Monty Halls, travel journalist and tv presenter on Sunday and hear about his amazing tales of adventure from around the globe.
Join professional yachtsman, Conrad Humphreys to hear about his latest extraordinary expedition, recreating the incredible open-boat voyage undertaken by Captain Bligh following the mutiny on the Bounty in 1789.
Explorer, rower, kayaker, cyclist, and now bestselling author. Sarah is a charismatic, motivational speaker, who inspires us all to get outdoors and seek adventure.
401 marathons in 401 days around Britain. Come and listen to Ben's story.
Paralympian, endurance wheelchair racer, paracyclist.
Barefoot minimalist runner and explorer Aleks Kashefi shares with us his amazing story.
Dr Emma Brennand is a documentary filmmaker with a passion for wildlife conservation. Emma will be giving a talk, leading a wild swim and showing us how to make wildlife films on our smart phones.
In 2016, ultramarathon runner Damian completed the 630-mile South West Coast Path in just 10 days and 15 hours, setting a new record that no one has come close to breaking yet.
At SWOF Chris will be co-presenting The Yukon Assignment, a film that tells the story of his recent 500-mile canoe journey through the Yukon Territory with his father Niall
At SWOF Charlie will be co-presenting The Yukon Assignment, a film she produced about the 500-mile canoe journey through the Yukon Territory undertaken by Chris Lucas and his father, Niall.
Adam Weymouth's first book Kings of the Yukon tells the story of his four-month canoe trip down the Yukon River. Adam will be sharing his adventure with festival goers.