Alfred Wainwright called it a ‘mountaineer’s mountain; one of the grandest objects in Lakeland’.
A leading outdoors campaigner said the zeal of the Kinder Scout trespassers must be reignited to protect the countryside from Government attacks on green spaces.
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Seven mountain rescue teams will benefit from sales of a calendar produced by aficionados of the late guidebook author Alfred Wainwright.
The Ramblers continued their campaign to open up the Welsh countryside to walkers by getting Assembly Members to walk all over the nation.
National park leaders have welcomed a coalition Government decision not to allow disused barns to be converted to houses.
Bosses at one of Scotland’s ski resorts are looking at the possibility of building chalets and huts to accommodate outdoors enthusiasts.
A hand-drawn guidebook for walkers heading for the open access areas of the South Pennines claims to be 'more detailed than Wainwright'.
Mountaineers are urging a local authority to take action after more than 600 people reported problems walking on a Highland estate.
A simplified mountain weather forecast website is now available for mobile users from the national weather forecasting agency.
Work will begin on restoring the path up a Hebridean mountain after success in a European competition secured £24,000 cash for the project.
The John Muir Trust’s plans to repair the path to Blàbheinn on the Isle of Skye have been put forward by outdoor brand Berghaus as one of the nominees in the European Outdoor Conservation Association competition.
A walker tackling a challenge to raise funds for a mountain rescue team had to be rescued after injuring her leg on the walk.
The company behind Vango, one of the best known tent brands, has changed hands in a management buyout.
Outdoor enthusiasts looking for a peaceful outing in the Lake District are being warned to steer clear of three forests this weekend.
New enthusiasts will be offered skills courses in walking the hills from next month, and a new leadership award for lowland countryside will be launched.
The Ramblers have backed a call from a Scottish outdoors luminary for a power company to abandon plans for a windfarm on the edge of the Cairngorms national park.