A walker was rescued after falling 60ft into a gorge in the North Pennines. The woman slipped off the footpath leading into Hareshaw Linn from Bell...
A walker was rescued after breaking his ankle on a Lake District mountain. The 26-year-old slipped while descending Scales Fell on Blencathra on Mo...
A walker was stretchered from a Lake District fell after breaking her ankle when she slipped on wet turf.
The number of mountain rescue incidents in England and Wales increased last year, bucking a trend of declining callouts.
A former team leader of Oban Mountain Rescue Team has been elected chair of the umbrella body for Scottish teams.
Rescuers urged walkers to check weather reports before heading for the mountains after two people got stuck in snow on Wales’s highest mountain.
A mountain rescue team clocked up its 100th rescue of the year on the last day of 2015. Brecon Mountain Rescue Team was called out on New Year’s ...
The year provided plenty of outdoor adventures, not least provided by Mother Nature herself, as exceptional weather became the norm.
Mountain rescuers went to the aid of a Lake District shepherd who got stuck on steep ground after he slipped.
Rescuers have again emphasised the need for hillgoers to be prepared after a team received seven callouts to England’s highest mountain in 12 hours.
A man and his dog were rescued after getting stuck on an ‘intimidating’ route on a Lake District fell.
A couple stuck on steep ground at a Peak District beauty spot guided rescuers by sending them a selfie showing their position.
A walker on the Coast to Coast route had to be rescued after falling and injuring her knee. Keswick Mountain Rescue Team was called out about 8.50p...
Mountain rescuers in Scotland have denied the movement is about to split, after the three busiest teams expressed dissatisfaction with the way its umbrella body was operating.
Three teams took part in the rescue of injured and lost walkers on the Peak District’s second highest hill in two separate incidents.
National park bosses are urging walkers to be prepared when they head for the mountains after a recent spell of winter weather caught out visitors.
A rescue team has launched a mission to return a Cumbrian visitor to his home after the devastating floods of Storm Desmond.
A huge search failed to find a walker who went missing on the North York Moors. Scarborough and Ryedale Mountain Rescue Team members stood down at ...