Saturday 26 September 2020 at 19:30 - 22:00

University of East Anglia

Kendal Mountain Festival Tour 2020 Norwich

This tour event has been rescheduled from 20th March to the 26th September 2020, ticket holders have all been emailed directly by the box office.


Fire up your imagination with a thrilling night of adventure.

Watch an incredible collection of short films on the big screen - stories of human endurance and breathtaking environments. Plus hear from Jenny Graham, who recently smashed her way into the Guinness Book of Records by becoming the fastest woman to cycle solo around the planet! 

One of our presenting team will host the evening and there’ll be great prizes from our tour partners.

This event is taking place at: Lecture Theatre 1 University of East Anglia. Norwich Research Park. Norwich NR4 7TJ.

With thanks to our Tour Presenting Partner:

And our tour partners Lowe Alpine, Mountain Equipment, YETI, FATMAP, Explore South Lakeland and Pala Eyewear.

The Speaker


Jenny's ride took her across 18,000 miles, over 4 continents and 16 countries, completing the trip unsupported in an incredible 124 days! Jenny will join us on stage to share tales from this adventure of a lifetime.

The Films


This is the inspiring story of climber Gosia and her 10-years old daughter Olivia, both spend most of there free time in the Tatra National Park in Poland.


In an act of solidarity, a team from Mexico and a team from the U.S.A assembled with the sole purpose of establishing a slackline that crossed the border between them. 'In a world that is constantly tearing us apart, we came together to cross those imaginary lines and tell a different story. Hoping to create an example of people from different lands coming together in a time of conflict, to say, that despite where you may come from, we are all humans here.'


In 2018, Courtney Dauwalter battled for two days and 205 miles on the steep, dry Tahoe Rim Trail. Lack of sleep, race mishaps and a relentless competitor pursued her as she was pushing her limits, running towards the overall victory. You can learn a lot about yourself when a race goes well, but you can learn even more when it all goes sideways.


Running through the Alps it is important to stop and smell the roses... or at least sketch them.


A captivating exploration of fear, mentorship, and deep water soloing in Ha Long Bay, Vietnam with psicobloc pioneer Tim Emmett and competition climber Kyra Condie


Life of Pie tells the story of Jen Zeuner and Anne Keller, two mountain bikers on a mission to reshape their conservative community through advocacy — and pizza.


“Going up on a splitboard, slow by nature, you start to gaze around. With not much to do, your mind wanders freely.” Intrigued by a deep connection with nature, Patagonia ambassador Nicholas Wolken spent time in the Swiss mountains with his splitboard, good friends and an open mind. He shares his story in the film: Turn of Mind.