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Change of plans for Mick Fowler and Paul Ramsden on Hagshu first ascent

A pair of British climbers who were about to attempt a first ascent of a Himalayan mountain had a swift change of plans when they found another group of mountaineers already on the route.

Five rescue teams share £20,000 gift as North Yorkshire Police says thanks

Five mountain rescue teams received a surprise cash gift at a gathering organised to thank them for their efforts.

On test: X-Bionic Trekking Summerlight t-shirt

A highly technical t-shirt aimed at walkers and backpackers who want to keep cool in the warm and warm in the cold.

Snowdon volunteers thanked for summer weekend work on mountain

A group of volunteers who spent summer weekends helping visitors to Wales’s highest mountain were thanked for their work.

Helicopter rescue for pair clinging to shepherd's crook on Moffat hillside

A man who was clinging on to a shepherd’s crook held by his friend was plucked to safety by a Royal Navy helicopter as he lay above a steep slope on a Scottish hillside.

PrimaLoft claims a first with new down-synthetic blend for outdoor gear

PrimaLoft new mix bonds polyester fibre and down filling to insulate outdoor gear. A range of brands is using its material as winter looms...

Runner rescued from Caldbeck Fells in four-hour night-time operation

Mountain rescuers were called out to help in injured fellrunner on a Lakeland hill in the middle of the night.

Pennine Way pair and dog in night rescue after getting lost

A pair of walkers were rescued after getting lost in the dark on the northern stretches of the Pennine Way.

Climbers' North Face survey prompts rethink on Ben Nevis's origins

A two-week survey carried out by mountaineers on the UK’s highest mountain may lead geologists to revise their theories on its origins.

Lake District winter fell-top assessor job up for grabs

As jobs go, it has to be one the country’s most bizarre. Each week’s work involves ascending almost the height of Everest, and braving snow, ra...

Footpath repair work begins on Skye munro Blàbheinn

Work has begun on restoring a popular path on the Isle of Skye. Helicopter airlifts were used to take materials to the site on Blàbheinn, where a ...

Lomond national park prepares for extension of ban on wild camping

A national park authority is to open consultations on plans that would restrict wild camping in many areas along the shores of lochs.

On test: walking poles

Walking poles can ease the strain when taking to the hills. We put seven models to the test...

Rohan supports Yorkshire Dales team help maintain Three Peaks paths

An outdoor brand is teaming up with a national park authority to help raise cash to maintain paths in its most popular area.

Pat Littlejohn and Mick Fowler appointed Mountaineering Council patrons

Two climbing veterans have been appointed patrons of the British Mountaineering Council. Pat Littlejohn and Mick Fowler join a select group that in...

Sierra Designs brings its alternative view of outdoor gear to the UK

A maverick approach to backpacking clothing and gear is revealed with the arrival in Britain of this US company's range.

Lost Coast to Coast walker found after major search by 40 rescuers

A lone walker on the Coast to Coast route was rescued in a major operation involving more than 40 volunteers after she got lost on a section of the route over Nine Standards Rigg.

On test: X Socks Trekking Expedition Short socks

All walking socks are not created the same. This feature-packed, high-tech pair scores highly on comfort and ventilation...


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