The hill sleuths have been in the Highlands, to discover a four-inch deficit means one munro top gets deleted from the lists while another is promoted.
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Britain’s official mapping agency is to offer digital downloads with its paper maps. Although sales of Ordnance Survey paper maps rose for the fi...
A touring exhibition offering views of Britain from the Air lands in the UK’s third largest city this week.
An ancient marker close to one of the Peak District’s most popular climbing venues is to be replaced after suffering the ravages of time.
Sales of conventional paper maps produced by Britain’s official mapping agency increased last year, bucking the trend in the past decade which saw people opting for digital versions.
Here's grough's look over the shoulder at 12 months' of outdoor action...
Britain’s national mapping agency is considering abandoning a system of co-ordinates on its maps first devised more than 180 years ago.
Amateur hill surveyor Myrddyn Phillips finally nails the height of a peak that was overlooked by OS until walkers stumbled across it 25 years ago.
Will a Snowdonia hill top's status survive scrutiny from a trio of mountain surveyors?...
Campaigners have condemned a decision to build power lines on pylons up to 50m (164ft) high through the Lake District national park.
Britons are losing their way when it comes to map reading – because of their reliance on technology.
A group of Peak District walkers was praised by rescuers for its skills in guiding them accurately to its position after one of them suffered an ankle injury.
The coalition Government said it has no plans to privatise Britain’s national mapping agency. Ordnance Survey will shortly become a government-ow...
A minister has announced plans to turn Britain’s national mapping agency into a government-owned company.
A survey reveals Snowdon's height will remain the same, but at the same time thousands of walkers will climb an extra metre.
A long-distance trail based on a pre-war work by Alfred Wainwright has now appeared on the latest Ordnance Survey maps.
Alfred Wainwright called it a ‘mountaineer’s mountain; one of the grandest objects in Lakeland’.