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Search teams looking for a missing walker on England’s highest mountain have found a man’s body. Police were alerted after Christopher Blowman,...
A farmer has been acquitted of manslaughter following the death of a walker attacked by cattle on his land.
Mountain bikers have been warned to beware of trains on Wales’s highest mountain on the day a voluntary ban on using bridleways comes into force.
A £500 bounty is on offer for a fellrunner who can beat an 18-year-old race record on its diamond jubilee event.
A feisty footpath campaigner who asked for a pair of wirecutters as a Christmas present has died aged 97.
Work will begin on restoring the path up a Hebridean mountain after success in a European competition secured £24,000 cash for the project.
Outdoor enthusiasts looking for a peaceful outing in the Lake District are being warned to steer clear of three forests this weekend.
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Outdoor enthusiasts are being urged to vote for the UK’s highest mountain in an online poll being run by the National Lottery.
A social media campaign to crowdsource the purchase of one of Lakeland’s best loved mountains is gathering pace.
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A leading outdoors campaigner said the zeal of the Kinder Scout trespassers must be reignited to protect the countryside from Government attacks on green spaces.
Walkers tackling one of the Lake District’s most popular scrambling routes to England’s third-highest peak face disruption while path repairs take place.
A tireless campaigner for walkers’ rights today celebrated 30 years with Britain’s oldest national conservation body.
The Ramblers continued their campaign to open up the Welsh countryside to walkers by getting Assembly Members to walk all over the nation.
A hand-drawn guidebook for walkers heading for the open access areas of the South Pennines claims to be 'more detailed than Wainwright'.
A man who fell more than 150 feet from Wales’s highest mountain was very lucky not to have fallen further, rescuers said.