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Tickets on sale for 2018 UK Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour

Written by Fiona

December 04 2017

The 2018 UK and Ireland Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour returns to the UK with Scotland first on the programme in January.

Starting in Edinburgh on January 13, the exciting tour then visits Glasgow on the 14th and Inverness from January 31 to February 1. Stirling is next on February 2 followed by Pitlochry on February 3 before the tour heads to England, Wales and Ireland.

This year’s tour, which will be shown more than 100 times in the UK alone, features two different collections of new adventure films, starring the world’s top explorers on incredible journeys in wild and remote parts of the world.

Tour director Nell Teasdale said: “UK and Irish audiences have a huge passion for adventure, so we’re delighted to be able to share these amazing films and their intrepid characters with wider audiences and at more venues than ever before.

“We guarantee the tour will inspire viewers to start planning their own outdoor adventures too.”

The films are chosen from hundreds that were entered into the prestigious Banff Mountain Film Festival, which takes place every year in the Canadian Rockies.

See trailer video:

Programme highlights include:

The Frozen Road

Frozen Road. Pic credit Ben Page

Yorkshireman Ben Page’s solo bikepacking journey in the Canadian Arctic.

Into Twin Galaxies – A Greenland Epic

Into Twin Galaxies. Pic credit: Erik Boomer

Adventurers Ben Stookesberry, Sarah McNair-Landry and Erik Boomer combine kite skiing and kayaking on an extreme mission in Greenland.

Dreamwalkers – The Faroes Project

Captured at Faroe Islands by Chris Eyre-Walker Photography.

Four Dutch friends attempt to be the first people to highline in the desolate islands located in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean.

The UK and Ireland tour finishes in Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland, on Saturday May 19 having visiting almost 60 locations and presented 103 shows.

The tour is part of the wider Banff World Tour, which travels the globe each year, visiting almost 50 countries and reaching more than 400,000 people worldwide.

For more information and to book tickets, see

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