Mountain experts are reminding Easter holidaymakers that Scotland’s hills are still in full winter condition.
Westminster politicians will hear about the value of the outdoor industry next week. The Outdoor Industries Association, the trade body for compani...
The Outdoors Show is a chance for enthusiasts to get up close to some luminaries and see some of the goodies available for their trips into the hills and countryside of Britain and further afield.
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.
The boss of the trade body for Britain’s outdoor sector called on the whole industry to get behind its drive to get the country on its feet.
Outdoor industry representatives will next month launch a campaign to get the country on its feet. Britain on Foot is the brainchild of Andrew Dent...
Roger Payne, who died yesterday in an avalanche on Mont Maudit, was a leading voice in campaigns to increase access to land in both the UK and elsewhere, a Ramblers boss said.
The village of Edale will resound to the echoes of a traditional ramblers’ song during celebrations of the Kinder Scout Mass Trespass next week.
The children of two of the Kinder Scout Mass Trespassers who were jailed for their part in the incident will take part in the celebrations to mark the 80th anniversary of the event.
Mountaineering experts are pleading with hillgoers to go prepared for winter after a series of tragic incidents over the past few weeks.
A campaign to get people on their feet in the outdoors will get official funding. Sport England has agreed a sum of £76,000 for the Britain on Foo...
The British Mountaineering Council is looking to recruit a new member of staff to promote its hillwalking work.
The British Mountaineering Council said it will draw up a landscape charter to guide its representatives on how to deal with developments in the few remaining wild places in England and Wales.
Britain’s two representative bodies for mountaineers have united in their opposition to the building of windfarms on Scotland’s highest mountains.
The families of two of the men killed in the Mont Maudit avalanche have spoken of their loss in tributes to the climbers.
A former general secretary of the British Mountaineering Council was one of three Britons to die in an Alpine avalanche that also claimed the lives of six others.
The British Mountaineering Council is asking climbers to use their heads and give some thought to wearing a helmet.
National park bosses are reminding climbers of annual restrictions on certain crags which help protect birds from disturbance during the nesting and breeding season.