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Andy Cave was born on 1966 in British, is a British mountaineer. At 54 years old, Andy Cave height not available right now. We will update Andy Cave's height soon as possible.
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|Andy Cave Age||56 years old|
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Andy Cave Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Andy Cave worth at the age of 56 years old? Andy Cave’s income source is mostly from being a successful Mountaineer. He is from British. We have estimated Andy Cave's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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|Source of Income||Mountaineer|
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TV appearances include: Coast on BBC2, climbing the Old Man of Hoy; Griff Rhys Jones' Mountain, BBC2, helping Griff motivate teenagers from a tough inner city school by taking them climbing; 'Wild Climbs', BBC2, an expedition to the sandstone towers of Teplice, Czech Republic; 'Eiger: Wall of Death’, BBC4; and ‘The Ogre’, ITV, his expedition to the north face of the Ogre in the Himalayas aged just 23yrs.
Andy has presented ‘Andy Cave’s Expedition Underground’, BBC Radio 4, exploring the history and significance of the Thirlmere Aqueduct. He has appeared on Dominic Arkwright’s ‘Leaving the Comfort Zone’, BBC Radio 4, and ‘Excess Baggage’ with Sandy Toksvig, BBC Radio 4.
Andy has written two autobiographies and numerous articles for climbing magazines and books. His first book, Learning to Breathe, won the Boardman Tasker Prize for Mountain Literature (2005), joint winner; the Best Adventure Travel Book at the Banff Mountain Book Festival (2005); the Premio Mazzotti prize (2006) and the Banca de Veneto Voce de Lettori in Italy in (2006). His second book, Thin White Line, has also received many accolades. His books have been translated into Italian and German. Reviews in major newspapers led to appearances on TV and radio, as well as invitations to lecture at the Edinburgh Book Festival. Andy has also made contributions to The Red Bulletin (2009), The Travellers' Handbook, (2009) and Water: The Essence of Life, Mark Niemeyer (2008), and was invited to write an introduction to James Salter’s novel, Solo faces.
PhD Linguistics (2001), University of Sheffield 
BA (Hons) English Language (1993), Sheffield Hallam University 
Born in 1966, Andy Cave grew up in Royston, a small coal mining village in South Yorkshire. On leaving school with few qualifications at 16, he followed family tradition and began work as a miner. This period also saw him begin climbing on the local Peak District crags. The miners' strike (1984–1985) gave Andy the opportunity to devote his time to climbing. In 1986, he left his job, returning to education and earned a degree in English (1993) and a PhD in Linguistics (2001). 1986 also saw him climb the North Face of the Eiger.