Lake District representatives hit back after a campaigning journalist described the area as one of the most depressing landscapes in Europe.
Two outdoor bodies have urged the coalition Government to pull its socks up and get on with the establishment of the coastal path round England.
Most Scots feel they have no voice in the way the nation’s countryside is managed. Almost three-quarters polled by the National Trust for Scotlan...
One-fifth of Scotland has been classified as wild land in a map published by the official outdoors body.
Mountain rescuers were called out to help motorists and residents in Cumbria as blizzards swept the West of the county.
Four huge lumps of lard have been washed ashore on a nature reserve after recent storms. The bizarre finds are among a collection of oddities found...
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.
Britain’s biggest walking charity called on the coalition Government to kick-start a number of stalled commitments to the outdoors.
Outdoor enthusiasts are being asked for their views on the next stages of the planned England Coast Path.
The Ramblers’ boss is due on national television this evening to press the case for the England Coast Path.
Access campaigners have condemned the coalition Government’s ‘myopic’ decision not to extend coastal access to the Isle of Wight.
The planned path around the coast of England is in danger of being axed, according to the country’s leading walking charity.
Two-thirds of the British Mountaineering Council’s members say they are first and foremost hillwalkers, despite the public perception the organisation caters mainly for climbers.
An outdoors fan will celebrate a milestone birthday year with a set of challenges that will see her cover the equivalent distance between her home and Camp Bastion in Afghanistan.
Campaigners have expressed their dismay at plans to allow a cycle path on common land in Cumbria. The Open Spaces Society said, although it was in ...
Walkers in south-west England are being warned to take care after the Met Office issued a landslide warning.
The organisation that represents country landowners said there is no need to extend the England Coast Path to the Isle of Wight.
A children’s cancer charity is looking for walkers willing to tackle Northern Ireland’s highest mountain to raise funds for their cause.