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Mend Our Mountains-funded work begins with Exmoor footpath restoration

Footpath repairs supported by a crowdfunding project have begun on Exmoor. A section of a route near Chains Combe in Exmoor national park is the fi...

On test: Reef Rover Low XT shoe reviewed

A stylish shoe that's an alternative to trail shoes for everyday use...

On test: Falke TK5 Invisible Socks reviewed

An 'invisible' technical model from sock experts Falke. Read how we found them...

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.

John Muir Trust welcomes council officers' objection to Caplich windfarm

Conservationists have welcomed an authority’s decision to object to the construction of 20 wind turbines on Scottish wild land.

Ogwen Valley team rescues lost hillwalker as members join flood operations

A north Wales mountain rescue team helped a lost walker to safety while members were taking part in the massive operation across Britain to help those hit by floods.

Dales 'missing link' improved to help disabled visitors at Grimwith Reservoir

Disabled outdoor enthusiasts can now enjoy a trip round a Yorkshire Dales reservoir thanks to footpath improvements.

Ingleborough walker rescued after slipping and breaking ankle

A walker was rescued after breaking his ankle on one of Yorkshire’s Three Peaks. The 52-year-old man slipped on mud near the derelict shooting hu...

Holme Valley team seeks South Pennines walkers for Rescue Ramble

A mountain rescue team is searching for walkers willing to hit the hills to help it fund its activities.

Dartmoor rescue team joins overnight search for missing river teen Nathan Wood

Rescue team members spent six hours overnight looking for a missing teenager who may have jumped in a Devon river.

Campaigner Kate Ashbrook: Brexit threat to countryside 'deeply worrying'

A tireless fighter for access rights is worried the exit from the European Union will have serious effects on the great outdoors.

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.

Peak District marks Charlotte Brontë date with open weekend at North Lees Hall

A national park is preparing to mark a literary milestone by opening up a historic house. North Lees Hall in the Peak District will open its doors ...

Outdoor festival set to return to Peebles after success of inaugural event

An outdoors festival will return to a Scottish Borders town after the success of the inaugural event.

Mountaineers urge planners to reject Monadhliath hilltrack proposals

Mountaineers are calling on planners to throw out an application to allow a controversial hilltrack to be retained in the Highlands.

Relaunch will mark 30 years of Berghaus Extrem range

Berghaus's top technical range is 30 years old soon, and the Sunderland company is redeveloping the clothing collection.

Rescuers' warning to woodland walkers after pair get lost in Brechfa Forest

Rescuers have urged walkers to take care when going for trips in dense woodland after a couple got lost in a south Wales forest.

Duke of Edinburgh's Award girls rescued after suffering in heat on Black Hill

A group of girls had to be rescued after suffering dehydration in the heat while tackling their Duke of Edinburgh’s Award expedition.


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