The event dubbed Britain’s most brutal race got underway on Sunday morning with runners having to contend with typical Pennine winter weather.
National park bosses have pleaded with members of the public to act responsibly as winter conditions affect the area.
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.
England’s national parks are at risk of unwarranted development because of a piecemeal approach to planning, a report says.
Campaigners have welcomed an announcement that planned power lines through the Lake District will be buried underground.
A walker was airlifted from a Lake District fell after injuring herself in a fall. The woman, in her 80s, slipped and suffered suspected back injur...
A walker was rescued after falling 60ft into a gorge in the North Pennines. The woman slipped off the footpath leading into Hareshaw Linn from Bell...
Supermarket shoppers have the chance to bag some cash to help improve a notoriously boggy route across a Yorkshire Dales fell.
A fortnight-long outdoor festival kicks off this weekend in the South Pennines. Radical history and a literary sunset are among themes for walks du...
As large areas of Britain are gripped by the year’s first true taste of winter, hardy athletes are gearing up to tackle the event dubbed the country’s most brutal race.
Walkers who fancy stretching their legs on one of England’s national trails can now get a visual preview of their route.
A walker was knocked unconscious when he was blown over while walking in strong winds in the Peak District.
A large area of moorland in upland northern England has just gained special legal protection for its environment.
A walker lost in a blizzard on the Pennine moors was rescued in a ‘life and death’ operation lasting six hours.
An injured mountain biker was rescued after suffering a suspected broken leg in remote woods in the South Pennines.
A leading figure in the outdoors movement has died after a career advancing the cause of national parks and public access, Ian Mercer was the first Dartmoor national park officer and the first chief executive of the Welsh Government’s advisory body, the Countryside Council for Wales.
A walker was rescued after falling on a rocky path in the Yorkshire Dales. The 71-year-old tripped and injured himself near the top of Trow Gill, b...
An injured dog was among those rescued in a busy week for north-eastern mountain rescue teams. The labradoodle badly injured his leg while walking ...