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Thousands of teens prepare for weekend's Ten Tors Challenge on Dartmoor

Thousands of young people are gearing up for the annual test of endurance and navigation across Dartmoor.

Everest Base Camp leader Chris Harling: 'Today my tears came'

A mountain rescuer caught in the Nepalese earthquake has described the desperate situation at Everest Base Camp.

Adam Perry posts third Fellsman win as Jasmin Paris sets new women's record

Three wins a row for Adam Perry, who finished at the head of a field of more than 300 entrants in the gruelling 60-mile Yorkshire Dales challenge.

Walkers prepare to celebrate Pennine Way's 50th anniversary this weekend

Walkers will gather this weekend to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Britain’s first long-distance national trail.

Pennine Way group announces it will disband in trail's jubilee year

A group that was instrumental in the establishment of Britain’s first national trail has announced it is to disband, in the year the route celebrates 50 years’ existence.

New Campaign for National Parks boss Fiona Howie urges halt to cash cuts

The new head of a campaigning body said cuts to national parks’ budgets must stop. Fiona Howie said authorities in England and Wales should be gi...

Two hypothermic walkers rescued after unplanned night on wintry Y Garn

Two men were airlifted to hospital suffering from hypothermia after having to spend the night on a Snowdonia mountain.

Trust us, pleads Lake District boss as he reveals more sell-offs are on the cards

The man at the centre of the controversial decision to sell Stickle Tarn and other Lake District land pleads with outdoor enthusiasts to trust national park bosses.

Could rescue cats be the purr-fect answer to teams' mountain searches?

The role of animals in mountain rescue is well documented, with Search and Rescue Dogs Association members in many teams helping cut the time spent searching for outdoor enthusiasts in distress.

Tech gadgets mean Britons are 'losing their way' when it comes to map reading

Britons are losing their way when it comes to map reading – because of their reliance on technology.

'Step off the paths and erode idea of trespass', ex-Ramblers boss tells Kinder crowd

A former Ramblers boss urged outdoor enthusiasts to start stepping off rights of way in a quest to erode the concept of trespass.

Up to 20 climbers feared dead as quake triggers avalanche at Everest Base Camp

Up to 20 mountaineers are feared dead after a huge avalanche struck Everest Base Camp, triggered by a major earthquake in Nepal.

Unconscious teen on Bleaklow among rescues for busy Glossop rescuers

A teenager taking part in a Duke of Edinburgh’s Award expedition was airlifted to hospital after falling on the Peak District’s second-highest hill.

Three Black Mountain walkers rescued after spending night on hill

Three walkers were rescued from a Brecon Beacons hillside after getting lost overnight. Rescuers said the trio had no means of navigating in poor v...

Scientists reveal plan to cover Kinder Scout in green slime

Conservationists plan to cover parts of the Peak District’s highest hill in green slime. Walkers have been warned to expect scenes reminiscent of...

Plans revealed for latest Kent section of England Coast Path

The Government’s body on the outdoors has published plans for the latest section of the England Coast Path.

Air ambulance crew treats cyclist after Honister Pass crash

A cyclist was injured after crashing while coming down a Lake District pass. The Great North Air Ambulance was scrambled at 12.50pm from its base n...

On test: Montane Primino baselayers

Two tops and a pair of long johns which combine merino wool and Primaloft insulation. How did they perform on the hill?...


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