England’s national parks are at risk of unwarranted development because of a piecemeal approach to planning, a report says.
A group of adventurers had to be rescued from a Lake District island after their boat sprang a leak. Keswick Mountain Rescue Team was called out sh...
An outdoors brand has enlisted two mountain luminaries to help promote Lake District businesses in their winter campaign.
A walker was airlifted from a Lake District mountain after injuring herself. The 31-year-old woman from Redcar on Teesside was walking on the Hay S...
A campaigning charity is inviting outdoor enthusiasts to join it to celebrate a new dawn for a national park.
A walker on the Coast to Coast route was rescued after slipping and injuring her leg. Keswick Mountain Rescue Team members were finishing their wee...
A conservation charity will lead a walk over a Lake District fell to highlight its opposition to a planned major power line.
An outdoor brand that can trace its heritage back to Roald Amundsen, Ernest Shackleton and Sir Edmond Hillary has teamed up with the Lake District’s two felltop assessors.
The Lake District’s two felltop assessors have vowed their work will carry on despite their base being ‘ripped apart’ by flood water.
Work to repair Lake District rights of way damaged in floods has been given a £3m boost. The European cash will help fund repairs to routes in the...
Campaigners have welcomed an announcement that planned power lines through the Lake District will be buried underground.
Scores of people saw dawn break over a national park landscape to mark the first day of the extended Lake District.
A walker was seriously injured when he fell 100ft from a Lake District mountain. The 48-year-old was walking on Dove Crag on Wednesday evening when...
A woman who survived breast cancer has completed one of the country’s toughest mountain running challenges in record time.
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.
National park bosses have announced they will install a new trail for cyclists and walkers near a section of main road washed away by the December floods.
Emergency services have stood down from their flood readiness in the Lake District as river levels recede.
National park bosses are urging walkers and mountaineers to check a dedicated weather service before heading for the hills.