National park officers are urging walkers to keep their dogs under control during the breeding season for wildlife.
Outdoor enthusiasts are being invited to help crowdfund repairs to some of England and Wales’s most used upland paths.
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The longest stretch of England’s coastal path so far proposed was given approval by the Government today.
National park rangers are encouraging people to walk off their festive excess with a series of events in the outdoors.
The year provided plenty of outdoor adventures, not least provided by Mother Nature herself, as exceptional weather became the norm.
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An organisation has set up a fund to help restore the landscape and wildlife of the Lake District following the devastating Storm Desmond.
The body that represents hillwalkers, climbers and mountaineers south of the border revealed it will launch a major campaign next year to help Britain’s upland paths.
The country faces a new enclosure movement that threatens England’s public spaces, a campaigner warned.
Mountain rescuers were involved in three separate incidents in one afternoon where walkers got caught out by icy conditions on south Wales’s highest mountain.
A donation from one conservation charity will help another one maintain a high-level path on one of Scotland’s most popular munros.
Two walkers who got lost in the dark on Scotland’s southernmost munro in winter conditions were fortunate to escape without injury, rescuers said.
National park bosses are urging walkers to be prepared when they head for the mountains after a recent spell of winter weather caught out visitors.
Charges at five car parks across the Lake District are being waived until after the New Year, to help attract visitors back to the area.
Armchair mountaineers can now make the journey to the top of Wales’s highest peak from the comfort and warmth of their homes.
Britain’s biggest walkers’ charity said it was concerned the England Coast Path had been left out in the cold in Chancellor’s autumn statement.
Outdoor enthusiasts tackling Britain’s highest mountain are being warned that construction work has begun on the most popular route up the hill.