Think 'outside' rather than outdoors, says this surf brand as it aims at walkers on coast and in forest.
Rescuers said the existence of a mountain refuge hut probably saved the life of a walker on the Border Ridge.
Mountaineers’ and walkers’ organisations have reacted with dismay at the Scottish Government’s approval of a camping ban in parts of a national park.
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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.
Mountain rescue teams in southern Scotland were active helping residents as Storm Frank hit the area yesterday, causing floods in many towns and villages in the Borders and Dumfries and Galloway.
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Rescuers pleaded with walkers to take the correct gear with them when they head for the Dartmoor hills.
A walker suffering from hypothermia in sub-zero temperatures was helped to safety by competitors in a gruelling long-distance race.
Royal Navy search and rescue helicopter crew members will make a final fly-past of some of the scenes of their most daring operations this week.
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.
The year provided plenty of outdoor adventures, not least provided by Mother Nature herself, as exceptional weather became the norm.
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.
A Lake District mountain rescue team was called out overnight to help residents in a nearby village which flooded for the second time four days.