Monday, 24 November 2014 14:12

Kendal Mountain Festival 2014 in review

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So Kendal's over for another year, and tired, aching, bodies have redistributed themselves around the country. It was a year of changes at the World's biggest mountain festival and the consensus over the weekend was 2014 was the best ever KMF. After three years of consecutive good weather the rain returned on the Friday night, making life interesting at the school field campsite, but graciously holding off through most of Saturday and Sunday.
Saturday, 15 November 2014 15:15

The 2015 Kendal Mountain Festival Survival Guide

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The first thing you have to recognise about going to Kendal is that there's only 24 hours in a day. Quite simply it's a physical impossibility to take in all the films, all the speakers and all the associated events and from the moment you arrive your weekend is going to be one of compromises and priorities. Accept this and there's a chance you may survive the weekend.
A big ‘stop press’ story has emerged at Kendal Mountain Festival, with the news that the event has secured the second-ever public screening of ‘Jeff Lowe’s Metanoia’.
Latest news from the Kendal Mountain Festival reveals there’s plenty of riveting stuff to look forward to at this November’s event. ‘Kendal’ is the biggest event of its type in the world and it’s one of the main annual social events for outdoor enthusiasts in the UK. As ever there’ll be hundreds of film screenings including high-profile premieres plus loads of speakers and special guests making this a must-do long weekend in the Lake District.
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