Friday 16 November 2018
This session profiles some of the hidden gems from the Royal Geographical Society’s film archive.
Lakeland Climbing Centre have the Association of Mountaineering Instructors (AMI) delivering four workshops on Friday 16th of November.
As part of our joint presence at Kendal Mountain Festival, John Muir Trust and Mountain Equipment invite you to join John Muir Trust staff on a tour of the land in the Trust’s care. We'll lead a small group up to the...
Campervan spaces with use of leisure centre toilets and shower facilities.
Calling young (and not so young) filmmakers, freerunning enthusiasts, lovers of live stage action and those who marvelled at 'Abandoned Playgrounds' at last year's Festival. Saltstreet Productions are back! And ready to spill some more of the secrets and shortcuts used by professional...
Leo Houlding presents the premiere of Spectre - To the End of the Earth, charting the highs and lows of an extraordinary expedition.
Writer, filmmaker, runner, climber and outdoor funny man Brendan Leonard reckons we all need to spend more time doing things we love, while remembering to laugh at ourselves.
In October last year Stephan Siegrist, Julian Zanker and Thomas Huber set off to climb the granite giant Cerro Kishtwar (6,155m), attempting a spectacular new line on the central northwest face.