This festival dedicated to mountain culture will take place throughout Fort William and Lochaber - the Outdoor Capital of the UK - from Friday 11 to Monday 15 February 2011. The 2011 Fort William Mountain Festival will offer a varied and entertaining programme that promotes the mountains as an attractive, accessible and above all enjoyable place to be and includes a superb line up of top climbers, mountain filmmakers, inspirational speakers and film screenings from cutting edge outdoor athletes and adventurers; together with climbing, mountaineering and skiing workshops for the whole family.
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Although the full details of the programme for the 2011 Fort William Mountain Festival, now in it's tenth year, are yet to be announced, organisers have promised a five day feast of lectures, workshops and films for residents and visitors who want to learn about and celebrate mountain culture; during the best winter walking and climbing conditions of the year. These will include:
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