10.00 Ali Pretty: Bay Lines – Beach of DreamCombining arts & the outdoors to offer a creative way to respond to the Climate Emergency.
10.45 Agustín Guardiola, Nick Read & Ali Cooper: ClimbOut - Increasing the Visibility of QueerClimbersThe first ever ClimbOut festival ran this year, aiming to increase the visibility of the LGBTQIA+ community on rock. We hear how & why this unique festival took place & what happens next.
11.45 Join us for The Head Outside Awards 2023 - celebrating the organisations & individuals harnessing the power of the outdoors for mental health.
12.45 Mary-Ann Ochota, Eben Muse, Nav Bakhsh & Duncan Peake: Right To Roam - Would the Scottish Model Work?Presented by the BMCMany of us want more space to walk, climb, run & swim in the great outdoors. So should England & Wales follow the Scottish?
13.45 Coinneach MacLeod: The Hebridean BakerPresented by Macs AdventureGrab your hiking boots! Coinneach takes us to his home turf in the far-flung corners of the Outer Hebrides & Orkney to retell his tales from the trails.
14.45 Ed Jackson, Ed Jackson, Tom Backhouse & Alice Sainsbury: Adapting for Disability in the WildPresented by Millimetres 2 Mountains x Berghaus AdaptsWith 25% of the population living with a disability, we explore why challenging existing narratives & breaking down barriers matters for true inclusion in the outdoors.
15.30 Waldo Etherington: Rainforest ExplorationPresented by BerghausHow Waldo first got into this unique line of work, where it has taken him & what drives him to keep on exploring this hidden world. You might be surprised at just how much we don't know about trees!
16.15 Oli France: Diary of an Expedition LeaderPresented by SpraywayHear stories from 15 years of guiding expeditions from Iraq to Somalia, Syria to Yemen, Congo to Siberia.
17.00 Hamish Frost: Frost on the LensPresented by GORE-TEXPhotographic stories of high performance people & product.
18.00 Krister Kopala: Riding the Biggest Line in Arctic NorwayPresented by RabHow Krister ended up on the highest peak in the Lyngen Alps. What is his motivation for skiing steep lines? Is it a way of overcoming stress & finding happiness?
18.45 World Premiere of ”Summit’s Up For Tony” - Short FilmPresented by Bendrigg Trust9-year old double amputee Tony Hudgell has already raised £1.7 million for charity. Now he’s attempting to climb Orrest Head accompanied by Hari Budha Magar.Introduced by Chris Bonington.
19.30 Lauren Davey & Jack Hartley: Live MusicThese two dynamic independent musicians unite their talents for an unforgettable performance. Together, this musical duo promises an eclectic and harmonious experience that resonates with the soul.