The 2022 Boardman Tasker Award shortlist has been announced

The Mountain Heritage Trust, which proudly holds the archival collections of both Pete Boardman and Joe Tasker, is thrilled to share the news that the Boardman Tasker Award for Mountain Literature has announced its 2022 shortlist. The Award will be made at the Boardman Tasker Shortlisted Authors and Awards event at the Kendal Mountain Festival, on Friday November 18th 2022 at 19:00 to 21:00 (GMT).

Tickets to the event are available here:
https://tickets.kendalmountainfestival.com/events/18-11-2022-18-30-boardman-tasker-award-ceremony

The judges for 2022 are Marni Jackson (Chair), Matt Fry and Natalie Berry. They have selected the following 6 books for this year’s shortlist:
http://www.boardmantasker.com/news/2022/9/7/2022-boardman-tasker-award-for-mountain-literature-shortlist-announced

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