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The Evolution of the Ice Axe: 1930 – 1980

Over the past months we have been tracing the development of some of the most iconic ice axes since the 1930s. We’ve seen wood change to metal alloy, long alpenstocks change to short climbing tools, and straight shafts and picks … [more]

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Savage Arena moves to Preston Park Museum

The Mountain Heritage Trust is delighted to announce that its successful exhibition, Savage Arena, on mountaineer Joe Tasker will be displayed at Preston Park Museum, Stockton-on-Tees from the 27th March 2018 – 24th June 2018. Joe Tasker’s disappearance on Everest with … [more]

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Work for the Mountain Heritage Trust

As part of the Heritage Lottery funded project Man and Mountain, exploring Sir Chris Bonington’s mountaineering career and his influence on the experience of outdoor activities in Cumbria and the wider world, we have an exciting new job role at the Mountain Heritage … [more]

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Women in Climbing at Keswick Museum

        The Mountain Heritage Trust are pleased to announce that their new British Women Climb exhibition will open at Keswick Museum on the 29th September 2017. From pioneering travellers, to bold adventurers and elite athletes; the exhibition focuses on … [more]

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