Keswick Mountain Festival (KMF) has added a new competitive edge to its sporting events for 2016. Running and triathlon clubs across the country will be able to test themselves against each other in the Keswick Mountain Festival Club Cup, with cash prizes on offer. Sponsored by Hi-Tec, KMF 2016 will run from Thursday 19 until Sunday 22 May, with all sporting events starting and finishing in the Festival Village on Crow Park.
Keswick Mountain Festival (KMF) has revealed the first details of plans for 2016.  Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the festival will host its biggest ever programme of outdoor and sporting activities next year, and will run from Thursday 19 until Sunday 22 May.  KMF, sponsored by Hi-Tec, has grown into one of the biggest and best loved outdoor events in the UK, with over 17,000 visitors this year, including over 2,000 who took part in the sporting events.
The 2015 Keswick Mountain Festival has a very busy programme, with a wide range of activities and attractions from 14-17 May.  Here's a few highlights to look out for on each day of the event, which is sponsored by Hi-Tec, and by Garmin and Ordnance Survey.  It's also been announced that £1 from every ticket purchased (festival weekend or concert) will be going to the Community Action Nepal appeal following the devastating earthquakes that have hit Nepal over the last…
Keswick Mountain Festival has announced details of a new attraction for this year’s event.  The Berghaus Adventure Hub will be located in the Festival Village on the shore of Derwentwater.  Open from 15–17 May, the hub will be the starting point for many of the festival’s outdoor activities and will also give visitors the chance to win prizes during the weekend and meet three of the UK’s most high profile outdoor personalities - Sir Chris Bonington, Leo Houlding and Steve…