A donation from one conservation charity will help another one maintain a high-level path on one of Scotland’s most popular munros.
Scotland’s largest conservation charity has announced plans for a major reorganisation, decentralising decision making and its simplifying management structure.
Royal Navy search and rescue helicopter crew members will make a final fly-past of some of the scenes of their most daring operations this week.
The head Scotland’s mountain rescue organisation has responded to comments made by a team following a dangerous mission on the UK’s highest mountain.
A Lancashire hill shrouded in bewitching history is among 13 landscapes to benefit from lottery grants announced on Halloween.
Scotland will gain one new national nature reserve, but lose six, the Government’s advisory body has decided.
Visitors to picturesque Scottish youth hostels will have their mobile phones and laptops confiscated as part of a move to detox from technology.
The former boss of an Irish financial services company has been appointed chief at Scotland’s largest conservation charity.
A national park authority has approved plans to ban camping along lochshores in its area. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs authority’s board today u...
Mountaineers’ and walkers’ organisations have reacted with dismay at the Scottish Government’s approval of a camping ban in parts of a national park.
Two walkers who got lost in the dark on Scotland’s southernmost munro in winter conditions were fortunate to escape without injury, rescuers said.
The year provided plenty of outdoor adventures, not least provided by Mother Nature herself, as exceptional weather became the norm.
A team of award-winning specialists spent a year recording the wildlife of a Scottish national park in a series that begins next week.
Walkers are being invited to join a torchlight trek up the most southerly munro to help fund path repairs.
A family had to be brought to safety from Scotland’s most southerly munro after they ran out of daylight.
Some of the worst eroded paths in Scotland’s national parks will be repaired and upgraded in a £6m scheme announced today.
A 26ft-high wooden pyramid designed by a team of young architects has been unveiled on the banks of Loch Lomond.
National park bosses are recommending the approval of controversial plans to extend the ban on camping along loch shores.