Kendal Mountain Festival

Festivals |
18th November 2021 – 21st November 2021

Kendal Mountain Festival | 18 – 21 Nov

Kendal Mountain Festival is the ultimate social gathering for outdoor enthusiasts – with a world-class programme of films and talks from international adventurers taking place on the edge of the Lake District each year.

Held over four days in November, the Festival delivers to over 15,000 visitors who enjoy inspiring films, visionary literature sessions, Family Adventure events, a 10K trail run, live music, and free Basecamp talks and demos from the world’s leading brands and athletes.

Buy tickets via the Kendal Mountain Festival website here.

Sicelo Mbatha with Bridget Pitt – Black Lion: Teachings from the Wilderness

Friday 19th November 11.30am | Brewery Arts

Wilderness guide Sicelo Mbatha shares lessons learnt from a lifetime’s intimate association with Africa’s wildest nature.

Sarah-Jane Dobner – A Feeling for Rock

Friday 19th November 9pm | Brewery Arts 

We welcome Sarah-Jane Dobner to join us to share her love for all things ‘Rock’ and those feelings that connect all of us who choose climbing as our passion.

Elise Downing – Coasting

Friday 19th November 6.45pm | Brewery Arts 

We welcome Elise Downing to the Festival to share with heart and humour the thrill of taking risks and putting your trust in total strangers and learning some home truths along the way.

Rick Stanton – Aquanaut: A Life Beneath The Surface – The Inside Story of the Thai Cave Rescue

Saturday 20th November 6.45pm | Brewery Arts 

While the world held its breath, Rick Stanton and his fellow caves divers raced against time in the face of near-impossible odds. Now Rick joins us to share his new book Aquanaut which follows the incredible Thai cave rescue in an edge-of-your-seat story of courage and conviction that will take you deep into the most remote and unforgiving places on the planet.

Jemma Wadham – Ice Rivers: A Story of Glaciers, Wilderness, and Humanity

Sunday 21st November 11.45am | Brewery Arts 

Jemma Wadham joins us to share a riveting tale of icy landscapes on the point of irreversible change, stories of encounters with polar bears and survival in the wilds under the midnight sun, stories of glaciers, wilderness and the intertwined link to humanity.

 

DATES & TIMES

18th November 2021 – 21st November 2021

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