KESWICK Mountain Festival (KMF) has created more dedicated areas and attractions for visitors with disabilities.

The festival, which will run from May 20-22, has expanded its 'accessible adventure zone'.

The zone will be located within the KMF Festival Village in Crow Park on the shore of Derwentwater.

To help prepare, organisers have worked closely with both Experience Community - a not-for-profit company that helps people with disabilities access the countryside - and Anyone Can, a family-run Cumbrian company that organises inclusive outdoor experiences.

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Anyone Can has organised several activities including climbing on a mobile tower, canoeing on Derwentwate, and packrafting.

All activities are designed with specialist equipment so those with disabilities can get involved.

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The Accessible Adventure Zone will be located close to the entrance to the festival, which features a Mobiloo and a shower.

The festival is committed to providing facilities which are wheelchair friendly such as walking routes.

All visitors with disabilities are entitled to a free carer ticket and should email with a ticket booking number and proof of disability.

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