UKC/UKH/Rockfax at Kendal Mountain Festival 2019

© Alan James

The UKC/UKH team will be attending the Kendal Mountain Festival once again this year, with our usual Rockfax book stand and involvement in festival events.

The stand at Kendal 2018  © Alan James
The stand at Kendal 2018

If you have any questions that you wish to ask then visit the stand and we will either arrange a meeting or pass your question on. We will be conducting video interviews with key speakers and athletes over the weekend for release on social media, so keep your eyes peeled.

Rob in the Basecamp Village 2018  © UKC News
Rob in the Basecamp Village 2018
© UKC News

Natalie in the Basecamp Village 2018  © Alan James
Natalie in the Basecamp Village 2018
© Alan James

Rob Greenwood is introducing the Ben Tibbetts - Alpenglow session on Friday night, David Smart - Paul Preuss, Lord of the Abyss on Saturday, and Gary Gibson - Blood, Sweat and Smears on Sunday morning.

Natalie Berry is taking part in the Q&A session following the screening of Undiscovered on Friday at 7pm alongside Dave MacLeod and Bob Shepton. She will be participating in a panel discussion on the future of mountain writing in the Basecamp Tent on Saturday afternoon (1:35pm) and introducing Peter Fiennes - Footnotes on Sunday.

Lake District Climbs Rockfax Cover  © Rockfax
Rockfax at Kendal 2019

The big news is that this year we have a brand new guidebook hot off the press - Lake District Climbs. This wonderful celebration of trad climbing in the Lake District covers all the best routes on the mountain crags from Scafell East Buttress to Shepherd's Crag in Borrowdale.

We will have plenty of copies available (at a decent 25% off the RRP) plus all the other books in the range at a similar level of discount. You can also get a demo of the Rockfax app and chat to members of the team.

Come and see us in the far left corner of the Basecamp Marquee.

Kendal Mountain Festival  © KMF
Kendal Mountain Festival 2019

Kendal Mountain Festival (14th-17th November) is an award-winning event that has grown in size and diversity over the last 19 years. It is also the main social event for outdoor enthusiasts in the UK. Thousands of outdoor enthusiasts plus media industry specialists, athletes, top brands & equipment manufacturers, artists, photographers, adventurers, explorers and inspirational speakers gather every year to share adventures and celebrate the very best in outdoor and adventure sports culture.


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