Mountaineers have accused a Scottish council of failing in its duty to uphold the right to roam on a Glen Lyon estate.
Charity challenge walks will come under the spotlight at a gathering organised by the British Mountaineering Council.
A national park authority is to open consultations on plans that would restrict wild camping in many areas along the shores of lochs.
A group of volunteers who spent summer weekends helping visitors to Wales’s highest mountain were thanked for their work.
Top climber Andy Cave led a walk on open access land to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the implementation of the ‘right to roam’.
A mountain rescuer warned loose rocks are becoming more common on the hills, after a man was injured while scrambling on a Snowdonia peak.
A walker was airlifted to hospital after falling in Snowdonia. The woman, in her 50s, was walking on the Fisherman’s Path along the edge of Afon ...
The country’s biggest walkers’ charity has welcomed the coalition Government’s announcement of a completion date for the England Coast Path.
Mountaineers have warned that delays in implementing new rules on hilltracks in Scotland could lead to a rush by landowners to beat the deadline.
A survey reveals Snowdon's height will remain the same, but at the same time thousands of walkers will climb an extra metre.
Luggage company says Gregory will continue as separate brand after its acquisition from Black Diamond.
It’s reckoned by many to be the most difficult scrambling ridge in the UK, and is approached with trepidation by many walkers.
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.
Two climbing veterans have been appointed patrons of the British Mountaineering Council. Pat Littlejohn and Mick Fowler join a select group that in...
Yorkshire Dales staff will feature in a BBC radio broadcast following a day spent with presenter Clare Balding.
A man wild camping in the Lake District had to be airlifted to hospital after suffering severe abdominal pains.
A two-week survey carried out by mountaineers on the UK’s highest mountain may lead geologists to revise their theories on its origins.
A former Alpine Club president is planning to climb a taxing route never before successfully ascended in the Himalaya.