A wild start to 2016 set the tone for the following 12 months with record-breaking rescue numbers, climbing achievements and astonishing challenges, making it a year to remember.
The year provided plenty of outdoor adventures, not least provided by Mother Nature herself, as exceptional weather became the norm.
Britain’s oldest national conservation organisation has produced a list of more than 100 ‘battle honours’ as it prepares to mark its 150th anniversary.
Experts in Scotland and Wales are warning of the dangers of ill-prepared walkers going on to the mountains this Easter.
A walker was rescued after getting lost on a Lakeland fell. The man, from Cleator, Cumbria, became disoriented while walking between Buttermere and...
'Sheepwrecked fells', a porcupine, octupus and bottled vole: the outdoors can be a surprising place...
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.
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.
A young woman is finally able to enjoy a riverside walk thanks to 12 years of campaigning by her uncle.
A rescue team marked its 50th anniversary with a walk along the fateful moorland route taken by a reservoir keeper whose death led to the setting up of the group.
An access expert has warned the clock is ticking for thousands of public highways. Phil Wadey, vice-chairman of the Open Spaces Society, warned the...
Up to 1,000 lost paths and bridleways could be reinstated after the Court of Appeal upheld a case based on a law passed more than 200 years ago.
Britain’s oldest national conservation body is planning a big picnic to celebrate its 150th anniversary.
More problems for outdoor fans have been reported in the Highlands in the wake of the storms brought by the remnants of Hurricane Bertha.
For anyone fancying a longer walk up Pen-y-ghent, this 10-mile stroll from the end of Littondale provides a different approach to one of Yorkshire's Three Peaks.
Mountain rescuers described a call for help from a pair of charity walkers lost on England’s highest peak as avoidable.
Deep cuts to council rights-of-way budgets are likely to leave paths overgrown and unusable, Britain’s largest walkers’ charity warned.
Access campaigners said the Government must not implement a cut-off date on rights of way until all missing paths have been recorded.