National park bosses are urging walkers to be prepared when they head for the mountains after a recent spell of winter weather caught out visitors.
A popular Snowdonia youth hostel has closed for a six-month modernisation costing £1.3m. The Pen y Pass hostel is due to reopen in March next year...
A rescue helicopter called to an exhausted walker on Wales’s highest mountain had to be diverted to pluck three ill-prepared men who had got stuck on dangerous ground after taking a short-cut.
Rescuers in Snowdonia were involved in a mammoth 12-hour overnight operation to find a stranded walker and bring him to safety.
A Snowdonia mountain rescue team was called out three times in less than four hours to help lost and missing people.
The impact of thousands of charity walkers on the unpaid volunteers who often have to rescue them is examined by the chairman of one of the busiest mountain rescue teams.
The body of a walker has been found on Wales’s highest mountain. The man, in his 20s, was found by rescuers on the East Ridge of Snowdon this mor...
As the year draws to a close, we take a look back at the events that have shaped the events in 2010. From tragedy to triumph, heartbreak to ecstasy, t...
There's gold in them thar hills, for journalists chasing silly-season 'fury' as political correctness envelops the slopes of Snowdon.
Two men tackling the 24-hour Welsh 3,000s challenge were rescued from a Snowdonia mountain after getting into difficulties in the darkness.
A woman was airlifted to hospital after suffering serious injuries in a fall on Wales’s highest mountain.
A woman and her son suffering from hypothermia were airlifted from Wales’s highest mountain after losing their way.
A man wearing trainers was one of two who were airlifted from the icy slopes of Wales’s highest mountain after getting stuck.
Our rearward glance at a news-packed 2012 includes, as always, tragedy as well as uplifting stories of the great outdoors, and a few oddities.
Mountain rescuers will help a team of injured servicemen to the top of Wales’s highest mountain to light a jubilee beacon.
An MP will today unveil a smartphone application aimed at cutting the number of mountain rescue callouts in north Wales.
Hillwalkers and climbers are being asked to help with a clean-up of the area round the highest lake on Wales’s highest mountain.
Up to 700,000 people slog up the main paths to Wales’s highest mountain every year, and the limited car parks in the area are bursting at the seams.