A former member of a Lake District rescue team received a rare award to mark almost 30 years of voluntary service.
An environmental body has called on the UK Government to retain or improve protection following the country’s vote to leave the European Union.
Organisers of a major outdoor festival taking place in the Lake District this month have welcomed the early reopening of the national park’s main north-south road.
A new track for cyclists and walkers was officially opened, linking the North and South of the Lake District.
A BBC presenter is hunting for heroes who came to his aid during floods in Cumbria. Mike Zeller is trying to contact a swiftwater team who rescued ...
Rescuers were called out for the first time this year to the western slopes of Helvellyn, above a road closed when part of it was washed away by floods.
National park bosses have announced they will install a new trail for cyclists and walkers near a section of main road washed away by the December floods.
Mountain rescuers in Scotland have denied the movement is about to split, after the three busiest teams expressed dissatisfaction with the way its umbrella body was operating.
A rescue team’s planned 50th anniversary service has been postponed by nine months due to flood damage to the venue where it was to be held.
Rescuers have again emphasised the need for hillgoers to be prepared after a team received seven callouts to England’s highest mountain in 12 hours.
The number of mountain rescue incidents in England and Wales increased last year, bucking a trend of declining callouts.
The main road through an English national park will open tomorrow, five months after severe floods washed part of it away.
A new walking route has opened in a corner of the Lake District hit hard by last year’s floods. The Ullswater Way offers a waymarked circular pat...
A former team leader of Oban Mountain Rescue Team has been elected chair of the umbrella body for Scottish teams.
Outdoor enthusiasts are being invited to help crowdfund repairs to some of England and Wales’s most used upland paths.
A Lake District mountain rescue team had its second-busiest on record in 2015, with 76 callouts recorded in the year.
A community group trying to buy a Lake District mountain insists it is still in negotiations to take over the property.
A day of activities aimed at raising cash for victims of the Cumbria floods and the county’s mountain rescue teams brought in double organisers’ target.