The Hope Valley Adventure Film Festival is an annual event aiming to entertain and inspire using a mix of adventure films, guest lecturers and activities, with easy parking and on site catering. This is a fund raising event with all profits used to develop facilities at Hope Valley College.
Hope Valley College is situated in the centre of the beautiful Hope Valley in the Peak District National Park.
We are kindly assisted by ShAFF (Sheffield Adventure Film festival) and will be screening the ‘Best of ShAFF 2009’. The trailer can viewed on the right of the page.
It is on Saturday the 27th of February from 11:30am at Hope Valley College. See the location on our OS Map. Day Film Pass Tickets should be bought in advance online. Prices are; Adults: Â£7.00 (Â£8.50 on the door if still available) and Under 18: Â£4.00.
For the full list films see the What’s On page, here are the biking films being shown:
12 minutes – Best of ShAFF: Package 1
Trials riding involving Ryan Leech (the guy in the trials section of Roam).
25 minutes – Best of ShAFF: Package 2
One of the best mountain bike films ever made and features Sheffield’s own downhill legend, Steve Peat. Previously shown at the Showroom in Sheffield.
10 minutes – Youth Adventure Film Package 1
Two World Champion unicyclists in a film about the rapidly emerging sport of off-road unicycling.
Look To The Ground
4 Minutes – Youth Adventure Film Package 1
The story of a blind mountain biker.
22 Minutes – Youth Adventure Film Package 2
Revolve blasts from the French Alps to the lush coast of B.C., incorporating dirt jump, trail, freeride, slopestyle, and downhill.
As well as the films there are also some activities going on, including riding the new Hope Valley College Mountain Bike Trail. HVC is the first UK state school to open a purpose built mountain bike trail and it will be open on the day for supervised use. You can take your own bike or borrow one of the 2 loan bikes available on site.
Drinks (including a licensed bar), snacks and full meals are available between the film programs and there is a exhibition of art and photography from the Peak District to admire while you enjoy your pint.