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Everest SW Face anniversary dinner

Below are  few photos taken at our latest fundraising event in London. The event took place at Plaisterer’s Hall and included a lecture by Sir Chris Bonington and Doug Scott CBE followed by a dinner then auction and raffle. The … [more]

Past Events: Tom Price Exhibition at Keswick Museum

Inspiring Adventure: An exhibition on Antarctic explorer and lifetime adventurer Tom Price. The exhibition will begin on the 12th November 2015 and continue through to February 2016 at Keswick Museum and Art Gallery, click on the link below to find … [more]

Operation Moffat

  Sponsored by MHT, Jen Randall and Claire Carter’s new film looks into the life of Britain’s first female mountain guide, Gwen Moffat. Click here to see the trailer on BMC TV.

September Newsletter

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Past Events: Everest SW Face Anniversary Dinner

We are very excited to announce our next event which will be taking place on the 25th November 2015 in London. Please see the flyer below to find out more about the Everest South West Face Anniversary Dinner. EverestSWfaceFlyer

Past Events: Leo Houlding Lecture Success

Click here to view more photographs. Evening round up: First of all, many thanks to those who were able to attend and help make the evening a great success. We had around 70 people attend the evening and after expenses … [more]

July Newsletter

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The Cambrian Mountaineering Group

Cambrian History A Short History of the Cambrian Mountaineering Group by Bruce Wallace December 2014. Additional material contributed by Brian Melville, David Lanceley, Arthur Roby, Phil Neame, Norman Anderson, Dave Bolton and Phil Jones.    

Local MP visits MHT

Rory Stewart, local MP for Penrith and The Borders, met with Mountain Heritage Trust chairman, Jeff Ford, to discover the rich heritage of British climbing and mountaineering last week

Intern post for Chorley Hopkinson Mountaineering Library

We’re delighted to announce that the National Trust are once again hosting an intern to assist in looking after, and making accessible, the Chorley Hopkinson Mountaineering Library at Allan Bank in Grasmere, Cumbria.  Further details are available here