Ace speakers and films from the world of mountain running presented by BUFF
Dan will cover twisting terrain, encountering the crossovers and similarities of art and climbing as potential ‘practices of freedom’.
Join award-winning poet Helen Mort and fellow climber and writer David Wilson for poetry inspired by mountaineering.
Alan McNee recounts how one man - Albert Smith - sold the Alps to the Victorians and created mass tourism for the area!
The Oscars of mountain film!
Karen Lloyd takes us on a deeply personal journey around the 60 miles of coastline that make up "nature's amphitheatre."
Dr Samantha Walton looks at Nan Shepherd's inventive approach to mountaineering, considering what it meant to be a woman walker in the Highlands of the 1940s, and why reaching the summit was the last thing on her mind.
The origins and history of this much loved mapping company.
Nick Burton returns this year to talk about the largely forgotten but important part the North of England played in securing the 'freedom to roam' our mountains and moorland.