What's new at the Mountain Heritage Trust?

In 2020 we'll be giving the public a glimpse in to some of the collections we've acquired in recent years

There will be original objects, photographs and records displayed in our slot at Keswick Museum and whilst we're still confirming the exact details, we can confirm that material from the the following people are due to be featured:

- 1970s high altitude mountaineer and author Pete Boardman

- RAF mountain rescue pioneer Johnnie Lees

- 1940s climbing trainee Dorothy Kellogg

- The Don Robinson Climbing Wall collection

- Climbing filmmaker and artist Jim Curran

- Member of the 1953 Everest expedition and the first ascensionist of Kangchenjunga, George Band

Keep an eye on our social media and website for more details which we'll be announcing in the New Year.

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