/ The Kendal Mountain Festival 2016 - 17 to 20 Nov

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Kendal Mountain Festival is by far the largest and most varied event of its type in the world. Rub shoulders with your heroes - filmmakers, adventurers and lecturers will gather from around the world with numerous world, European and UK film premieres. And of course it’s THE main social event for outdoor enthusiasts in the UK.

For the climbers & mountaineers, there's presentations from Alex Megos, Cedar Wright, Jorg Verhoeven & Katha Sauwein, Bullock and Boswell, plus the Scottish Winter Session.
For the snowsports fans Jenny Jones is back to host the session, featuring freeskier Enak Gavaggio.
Sarah Outen and Ash Dykes will thrill you with tales of their adventures around the world.
We have a mountain running Endurance Night Special with ultra-runner Anton Krupicka joining us from across the pond, as well as record-breaking fell runner Jasmin Paris.
We all know that at the heart of Kendal lies the best and most diverse films from the world of adventure filmmaking. This year you can see the world première of Al Lee's all action cinematic spectacular Blockheads and Leo Houlding in the UK première of Mirror Wall.

There's lots more online, head here to explore the programme fully - http://www.mountainfest.co.uk/programme

The dates are 17-20 November and tickets are available now. Book online - http://www.mountainfest.co.uk/programme - or by phone 01539 725133 - news as it happens at http://www.mountainfest.co.uk

Easily accessible from the M6 and by train and there are plenty of accommodation options in and around the town but you need to be on your toes as they fill up very quickly over the Mountain Festival weekend.

For all your questions, accommodation and travel needs go to http://www.golakes.co.uk here you will find all the information you should need for your visit to Cumbria, alternatively call the accommodation booking line on 0845 450 1199.

Mark Collins - on 29 Sep 2016
In reply to Kendal Mountain Festival:

The trailers a bit of a departure from previous years, but pleased to make the cut
airborne - on 14 Oct 2016
In reply to Mark Collins:

It's not the actual trailer - that'll be out in a couple of weeks. It's just a 'this is what the event is about' film, giving a taster.
Mark Collins - on 14:36 Tue
In reply to airborne:

Thanks for the heads up, that's a relief

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