This handy guide provides route descriptions and a wealth of facts for the new John Muir Way, a coast-to-coast route in Scotland.
Mountain rescuers had to abandon their plans to listen to a talk by top climber Leo Houlding after lost walkers called for help.
An embarrassed walker on a Snowdonia peak had to be rescued after getting lost then realising he only had a map of part of Scotland with him.
Two-thirds of the British Mountaineering Council’s members say they are first and foremost hillwalkers, despite the public perception the organisation caters mainly for climbers.
Outdoor fans ordering a custom map from Britain’s official mapping agency can now feature on its cover.
The head office of Britain’s national mapping agency has been recognised as one of the most sustainable in the country.
Walkers and cyclists heading for the Pennine hills are being offered a choice of more than 200 routes set up on a website supported by a rural regeneration agency.
Hardy fellrunners took to the Peak District hills to help raise cash for a mountain rescue team. The inaugural Trigger event was run in cold clear ...
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For anyone fancying a longer walk up Pen-y-ghent, this 10-mile stroll from the end of Littondale provides a different approach to one of Yorkshire's Three Peaks.
Britain’s biggest outdoor retailer is teaming up with industry bosses and mountain rescuers in challenging to the public to walk round the world.
We've lots of suggestions for Christmas stocking-fillers for the outdoor enthusiast in our look at festive gear and clothing.
A grand day out in fine mountain scenery takes in two munros and one munro top from this imposing Highland glen.
It has been described as a meaningless hill. So why go in search of the true summit of this unloved munro top?...
Britain’s national mapping agency has set up its aerial photography unit at a new site. Ordnance Survey’s flying unit, which produces the photo...
Our customary look-back at the past year provides a mix of triumph and controversy; tragedy and humour, with a few heroic acts.
As autumnal gloom and early darkness envelop Britain, and the Met Office dashes hopes of widespread early snowfall, walkers could be forgiven for letting their thoughts wander to sunnier destinations.