A guidebook author and Mountain Leader is reviving a challenge walk in the Yorkshire Dales to help raise cash for charity.
Mark Reid will lead the Yorkshire Square Walk this coming weekend in a fundraiser for Marie Curie Cancer Care
A shelter on the summit of England’s third highest mountain has been restored by volunteers.
Lake District national park volunteers gave the cross-shelter on Helvellyn a facelift to mark their 60th anniversary
Rescuers were called out twice in the same day to incidents in the Coniston area.
A man and a woman called for help when they got stuck on Little How Crags above Levers Water on Saturday
Campaigners are seeking a judicial review of the Scottish Government’s decision to approve a controversial windfarm in the Highlands.
The John Muir Trust said there should have been a public inquiry into the proposal to build a 67-turbine development at Stronelairg in the Monadhliath Mountains
Mountain rescuers spent an hour and a half ferrying three men in a boat to their destination after they ran out of power.
Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team came across the trio in a small inflatable dinghy after carrying out a rescue on Ullswater on Sunday
Rescuers searching for a missing hillwalker on a Hebridean island have found a body. Lochaber Mountain Rescue Team joined Coastguard and Police Sco...
A two-week survey carried out by mountaineers on the UK’s highest mountain may lead geologists to revise their theories on its origins.
Mountain rescuers were called out to help two canoeists who had capsized on Ullswater. Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team was alerted by the Coastguar...
Rescuers were called out to the slopes of a Yorkshire Dales fell after a teenager began suffering from hypothermia.
The body of a caver has been found after a major operation involving rescuers from across the UK. The man, believed to be from Leicestershire, got ...
The Scottish Government has turned down controversial plans for a major windfarm on the hills above Bonar Bridge in the Highlands.
A climber was rescued after falling more than 30ft from a crag where another man died a fortnight ago.
Climbing elder statesman Sir Chris Bonington said his repeat of a historic first climb was an emotional experience.
A haul of rubbish in a clean-up of a corner of Snowdonia included a traffic cone, tent poles, an empty whisky container and a CO2 capsule.