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…
This year’s Keswick Mountain Festival (KMF) ‘Hike’ programme offers walking experiences at all levels and throughout the day and night.  During the four day event, visitors can choose from over 30 different guided walks, from gentle strolls along the lakeside, to a challenging hike up Helvellyn during the early hours of the morning.  Sponsored by Hi-Tec and HF Holidays, the 2015 KMF walking activities will take place throughout the festival, between 14 and 17 May. 
As part of this year’s Sheffield Adventure Film Festival, professional street trials rider, Danny MacAskill, will be doing a free Q&A and signing as part of a special ‘A Life Through Moving Image’ film session from 15.00 to 17.00 Sunday 22 March at Red Bull Cityscape’s big screen at the amphitheatre above Sheffield train station.