Terry Abraham & The Lake District

Terry Abraham is a self-taught filmmaker and photographer with a passion and interest for the outdoors which is second to none. After being made redundant from a lowly IT role, he chased a dream which lead him to producing and directing the critically-acclaimed and BBC hit ‘Life of a Mountain: Scafell Pike – A Year in the Life of England’s Highest Peak’.
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On June 7th 1930 a young Alfred Wainwright set off from Blackburn on his first visit to the Lake District.

The Lake District Great Langdale with David Powell-Thompson. A film produced by Terry Abraham.

Join mountain guide and TV researcher David Powell-Thompson on three seasonal walks which reveal the delights of this high, wild country.

A recreation for ITV of Wainwright’s first long distance walk which took in every major summit, valley and water in the central Lake District.

All three Wainwright DVDs – Lakeland and England’s North Country, Wainwright’s Highlands & Islands of Scotland and Wainwright’s Coast to Coast Walk available as a presentation box set.

In the only television series he made in his lifetime, as an old man Alfred Wainwright recreated his love affair with Lakeland for the BBC in the company of Eric Robson.

Companion volume to Memorial Walk, taking us into the spectacular mountains that run out to the fringes of Lakeland.

Eric Robson joins the master fellwalker and shares the highlights of his 190 mile walk from St. Bees Head in Cumbria to Robin Hood’s Bay

Join Stuart Maconie on a two day adventure in the hills introduced by Eric Robson.

Eric Robson travels with Nell his border collie the length of one of Lakeland’s most beautiful but least explored rivers from source to sea.

Alan Hinkes DVD

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Alan Hinkes DVD

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Alan Hinkes is one of Britain's greatest living mountaineers. He's the one and only Briton to have climbed all four teen of the world's 8000m peaks.

If you love the Lake District these DVDs are a must have. The cinematography is superb, the story telling is completely compelling.

More than four hours of stunning landscapes and exhilarating fellwalking.

Britain’s best loved fellwalker never travelled abroad but each year for over forty years he undertook a journey north of the border to Scotland.