UK Film Première - ‘Déjame Vivir’ - The second film in Kilian Jornet’s ‘Summits Of My Life’ project,
A UK première of this long awaited film by Kilian Jornet and directed by Sébastien Montaz-Rosset
The Boardman-Tasker Prize for Mountain Literature is the premier mountain literature award worldwide and commemorates the lives of Pete Boardman and Joe Tasker who were lost on the North East Ridge of Everest in 1982. It is awarded to the author of an original...
This year's Planet Fear Endurance session is packed with content and surprise guests.
The story of one of our greatest early rock climbers is told through a dramatised factual documentary.
'Redemption: The James Pearson Story' tells the controversial story of one of the world’s best rock climbers.
Arc’teryx presents an evening of alpine, rock climbing and back country skiing.
'Mountains of Tartary' (1950) recounts Eric Shipton’s mountaineering exploits and travels in Xinjiang during his two postings as British Consul-General in Kashgar in the 1940s.
Berghaus celebrates the extremes of human endeavour with two unmissable lectures.
Ian Hill's evocative writing explores the Cumbrian uplands through landscape and memory while Julian Hoffman's award-winning book, The Small Heart of Things: Being at Home in a Beckoning World, traces the human and natural history of the highlands of northern Greece.
Greg Lucas doesn’t take climbing photographs.
Born in the North East, Steve McClure is one of the UK's highest profile and most influential rock climbers. Steve’s reputation has been well earned over the last decade through his constant pushing of standards and ground-breaking ascents.
Filmmaker David Bond was a worried man. His kids' waking hours were dominated by a cacophony of marketing, and a screen dependence threatening to turn them into glassy-eyed zombies. Like city kids everywhere, they spent way too much time indoors - not like...
Martin will talk about his new autobiography “Higher Ground”, in which he recalls his years of training in becoming a British Mountain Guide, relives his most adventurous guided climbs and affectionately profiles the remarkable personalities of his many clients and colleagues.
In 2004, author and filmmaker Tim Cope set out to travel 6,000 miles by horse from Mongolia to Hungary across the great Eurasian Steppe. It was a quest to retrace the route taken by Mongolian conquerors, who under Genghis Khan created the largest empire in...
The British Mountain Guides present a session filled with inspiration; a combination of mini-lectures from well-known Guides and a celebration of the new book 'A Passion for Mountains', a compilation of stories written by members of the BMG.