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Events at Grizedale

 Grizedale has a programme of events throughout the year from family events to large scale sporting events including adventure races, trail runs and car rallies.

Faintly Falling 3Mariele Nuedecker's Exhibition
Faintly Falling Upon All the Living and the Dead is showing at Grizedale throughout 2017


Humphrey and Jeffery Karen ShepherdsonKaren Shepherdson - The Welcome Rest at Grizedale
The portraits Karen Shepherdson produces reward scrutiny, showing as they do lives enhanced and conversations initiated through dog ownership.  The Exhibition runs from 7th June until 31st October 2017


Langstrath The Long View - Rob & Harriet Fraser
Meet seven remarkably ordinary trees in extrodinary locations.  This Exhibition runs from 21st June until 31st August 2017.

 

 

What's on

Grizedale Forest Adventure Walk
Venture deep into Grizedale Forest with Nics Nordic Walks every third Tuesday of the month.
Jogging Pals Running Group
Guided runs around Grizedale Forest
Learn to Nordic Walk
4 hour intensive course to learn to Nordic Walk.
Rob & Harriet Fraser Artist's Talk
Rob & Harriet Fraser talk about their 2 years of travelling Cumbria looking at seven trees in all climates for their Long View Exhibition.
Summer Wild Food & Mushroom Foray
Join wild food expert Jesper Launder for a foray into Grizedale Forest.
Wild Things
School holiday activities at Grizedale.

When is it on

Last updated: 24th June 2017

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Location

OS Grid ref: SD331944
Postcode: LA22 0QJ

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Contact

Grizedale Visitor Centre

0300 067 4495
grizedale@­forestry.gsi.gov.uk

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