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Extra time for Mend our Mountains scheme as appeal extended by a week

A crowdfunding appeal to help repair mountain footpaths has gone into extra time. The British Mountaineering Council’s Mend our Mountains campaig...

Swiss dentist Marc Lauenstein takes Three Peaks Race crown at first attempt

A Swiss dentist was crowned king of the peaks in his first visit to one of the Yorkshire Dales’ toughest fell races.

Ricky Lightfoot looks for hat-trick of victories in Three Peaks Race

A fleet-footed firefighter will attempt a third successive victory in a fellrunning challenge. Cumbrian runner Ricky Lightfoot will look to nail a ...

Yorkshire Dales rescuers seek walkers and runners for long-distance challenge

Fancy a challenging trot across the Yorkshire Dales with the inner warm glow of knowing you’re helping a great bunch of volunteer rescuers.

Police flag down rescuers' vehicle to hand over lost Ingleborough walkers

Rescuers were flagged down by police after leading a pair of walkers from one of Yorkshire’s Three Peaks.

Identity of Ben Nevis bodies 'likely to be confirmed as Rachel Slater and Tim Newton'

Rescuers said they expect the identity of two bodies found yesterday on Ben Nevis to be confirmed as Rachel Slater and Tim Newton.

Mick Fowler and Paul Ramsden gain Piolets d'Or awards for Gave Ding climb

Two British climbers have taken a prize at the ‘mountaineering Oscars’ for an unprecedented third time.

Hypothermic walker rescued after collapsing on Ingleborough

A walker was rescued from one of Yorkshire’s Three Peaks after collapsing near its summit. The Clapham-based Cave Rescue Organisation was called ...

Trust seeks volunteers to help survey deserted Yorkshire Three Peaks hamlet

Archaeologists are looking for volunteers to delve into the secrets of a long-abandoned settlement in the shadow of the Yorkshire Three Peaks.

Search called off as Three Peaks walkers turn up on wrong side of Ingleborough

A search for two walkers in difficulties was called off when they turned up, on the wrong side of a fell.

Marc Lauenstein wins wintry Three Peaks Race by nine seconds

Only nine seconds separated the winner and second-place man in the gruelling Three Peaks Race. Marc Lauenstein crossed the finishing line in Horton...

Paralysed Jack Morgan summits Pen-y-ghent to raise cash for rescue team

A man who was paralysed from the chest down in a fall five years ago has made it to the top of one of Yorkshire’s Three Peaks.

Mountaineers fear new National Trust charges will hit outdoor leader training

Mountaineers fear the introduction of fees for commercial use of land owned by one of the country’s biggest conservation charities could hit outdoor training.

Paralysed Jack Morgan will attempt Pen-y-ghent ascent to raise cash for rescue team

A man who was paralysed from the chest down in an accident in Assynt has set himself an uphill task to raise cash for his local rescue team.

Ingleborough Mend our Mountains scheme on track with early crowdfunding pledges

An appeal to raise cash to repair a heavily used path on the Yorkshire Three Peaks route is more than a fifth of the way to its target after only eight days.

Britain's highest mountain Ben Nevis gains a metre in height

The United Kingdom’s highest mountain just grew by a few inches. But a sudden tectonic upsurge hasn’t hit the Highlands of Scotland; rather, Be...

Coniston footpath and Highland rewilding schemes contend for €30,000 grant

Two British projects are in the running to win a major grant in a European competition. A scheme to repair a badly eroded path up the Old Man of Co...

Ministry of Defence censured over reservists' Brecon Beacons exercise deaths

The Ministry of Defence has received an official censure from the Health and Safety Executive following the deaths of three soldiers in the Brecon Beacons.

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