New home for Mountain Heritage Trust

We are pleased to report that we are now open for researchers and small groups at our new premises! On Friday 24th March the Field Studies Council officially welcomed the Mountain Heritage Trust to a new base at the Blencathra Centre. … [more]

A Short History of Changabang

British ascents of Changabang After the 1950s and 1960s when all the 8000m peaks had been summitted, the focus turned to harder routes up these mountains. Some aimed for the South West Face of Everest and Annapurna South Face. For … [more]

Savage Arena pop up exhibition

Mountain Heritage Trust have created a pop up exhibition that could travel to a venue near you! Savage Arena: The Legacy of Joe Tasker is currently on show in pop up format at Eden Rock Climbing Centre in Carlisle, Cumbria. … [more]

Historic mountaineering jacket

The Joe Tasker Collection includes the jacket worn by Joe on the expedition to Mount Kongur, China, in 1981. This expedition, led by Sir Chris Bonington, was the first to make a successful ascent of the 7,649 m (25, 095 … [more]

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Mountain Heritage Trust on the move!

The Mountain Heritage Trust Trustees, Patrons and Staff are delighted to announce that we will be moving to a new base at the Blencathra Centre in early 2017. This new home will be a fitting base to work alongside the … [more]

A Night on the Eiger success!

Last month MHT and Community Action Nepal hosted a joint fund raising event with Sir Chris Bonington, Ian Parnell and compère Julie Summers. The night was a great success, we raised around £20,000 between the two charities from ticket sales, auction items … [more]

Savage Arena: The Legacy of Joe Tasker

The Mountain Heritage Trust is delighted to present the first exhibition celebrating the life and achievements of pioneering mountaineer Joe Tasker. Savage Arena: The Legacy of Joe Tasker is a Heritage Lottery Fund funded exhibition and launched on Thursday 8th … [more]

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  Commemorative plaque from summit of Great Gable unveiled at Keswick Museum and Art Gallery. Read the article from the Keswick Reminder to find out more.

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