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Tales of Adventure – Kendal Mountain Festival Tour – Harrogate

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 01/03/2018
6:30pm - 9:30pm

Location
Ashville College

Green Lane
Harrogate

HG2 9JP


Kendal Mountain Festival is coming to Harrogate on Thursday 1st March with an evening packed full of our award-winning films, first-hand accounts from captivating explorers and a chance to win a weekend get-away to the Kendal Mountain Festival in November.

Book your place and join us for a one-of-a-kind evening celebrating exploration of some of the wildest places on earth.

For our Harrogate tour date we have two incredible speakers lined up: Mollie Hughes and Ben Page.

Adventurer and filmmaker Ben Page will share captivating tales from his global biking odyssey.

In 2017 Mollie Hughes became the youngest woman in the world to summit Everest from both the north and south sides.

As well as hearing from Ben and Mollie, we’ll also be showing a selection of our favourite films from Kendal Mountain Festival – from flying above the Azores to freediving with Orcas, from skateboarding across Colarado to swimming in the wild ocean – you’ll be taken on a journey you’ll never forget!

Thursday 1st March
18.30 – 21.30
Ashville College
www.kendalmountaintour.com/harrogate2018


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