A walker was airlifted to hospital after injuring himself in the Peak District. The 49-year-old man from Stoke-on-Trent was walking with his daught...
Top ultrarunning athlete Jez Bragg has confirmed he will tackle this year’s Dragon’s Back race, one of the toughest on the calendar.
A dog found on top of England’s highest mountain has been reunited with its owner. The dog, christened Scafell by the charity that took him in, i...
Mountain rescuers are warning walkers of the difficulty of tackling a route described by Alfred Wainwright up a Lake District fell.
Three wins a row for Adam Perry, who finished at the head of a field of more than 300 entrants in the gruelling 60-mile Yorkshire Dales challenge.
A dog belonging to a celebrity visitor to the Lake District led rescuers on a chase across the fells in an attempt to capture it.
Custodians of Britain’s three highest national peaks are encouraging challenge participants to use an online piece of kit to make their ascents safer and less damaging.
A walker who was rescued after breaking his ankle on England’s highest mountain is urging outdoors enthusiasts to join him in a challenge to raise cash for the air ambulance that helped him.
A walker has died after falling 1,000ft from a Scottish mountain. The man fell about 300m from the Ptarmigan ridge on Ben Lomond on Sunday after sl...
Campaigners have condemned a decision to build power lines on pylons up to 50m (164ft) high through the Lake District national park.
Northern Ireland brand Bridgedale has a range of socks to keep your feet cool and comfortable as the mercury rises.
An animal charity is hoping hillwalkers can solve the mystery of a dog found on top of England’s highest mountain.
A conservation charity in Cumbria has a new director. Farmer Douglas Chalmers is the new head of the Friends of the Lake District, which represents...
National park bosses are recommending the approval of controversial plans to extend the ban on camping along loch shores.
Four former winners will be chasing a £500 bounty for smashing the race record in a gruelling ‘marathon with mountains’ at the weekend.
A group that was instrumental in the establishment of Britain’s first national trail has announced it is to disband, in the year the route celebrates 50 years’ existence.
Mountain rescue teams in the Lake District are hoping to cut the number of callouts with 40,000 safety leaflets which will be distributed to visitors to the national park.
A major search for missing walkers on the Lake District fells ended when the group managed to find its own way off the mountains.