A national park authority has received an application for the world’s biggest potash mine close to the route of Alfred Wainwright’s Coast to Coast Walk.
North York Moors National Park Authority said it believed the planning application, for the site near Whitby, is the largest ever submitted to an English national par
The family of a teenager who died after a fall from a mountain five years ago have settled their legal claim against the trust that organised the expedition.
But Andrew Lucas’s parents have criticised the Brathay Exploration Trust’s delay in agreeing the payment
A man who was clinging on to a shepherd’s crook held by his friend was plucked to safety by a Royal Navy helicopter as he lay above a steep slope on a Scottish hillside.
The two walkers lost their footing when a path gave way on Hart Fell in the Moffat Hills on Sunday
A walker lost after going for a trip on England’s highest mountain was found after his light was spotted by rescuers.
Members of Keswick Mountain Rescue Team were heading back off the hills when they saw a light in the distance
An outdoor brand is teaming up with a national park authority to help raise cash to maintain paths in its most popular area.
An injured climber was rescued from a south Wales cliff in a difficult operation lasting three hours.
A group of walkers attempting the Yorkshire Three Peaks was rescued after one of them was unable to carry on after suffering an injury.
A group of outdoor writers will deliver a series of talks and advice sessions at a Manchester outdoors store.
A man had to be carried below the cloudbase before he was airlifted to hospital after seriously injuring himself in a fall at a north Lakeland blackspot.
A man who first volunteered to work with a mountain rescue team as part of his Duke of Edinburgh’s Award has been rewarded for almost 40 years' service with the team.
A walker was rescued after breaking her ankle in a fall at a Lake District beauty spot. Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team was called out about 12.30p...
Mountain rescuers were called out twice on the same day to search for walkers lost on the Peak District’s highest hill.
Top climber Andy Cave led a walk on open access land to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the implementation of the ‘right to roam’.