A group of volunteer rescuers has clocked up a record number of missions this year – the first such team to respond to 200 incidents.
More than 30 mountain rescue team members were called out after a military helicopter caught fire after a forced landing on a Snowdonia peak.
A record-breaking British climber joined a man who narrowly escaped an Everest avalanche to raise cash for Nepal with a trip to Wales’s highest mountain.
A walker has died after falling from a ridge in Snowdonia. The man, in his 30s, was with two others attempting to descend Crib Goch on Saturday whe...
A migrant has been welcomed by locals in north Wales after making a journey of thousands of miles. Osprey Mrs G flew into her adopted home on the f...
Police are appealing to walkers for help in tracking down vandals on Wales’s highest mountain. An excavator belonging to Snowdonia National Park ...
A group of walkers was guided to safety using grid reference markers on a gate post, after getting lost on Wales’s highest mountain.
Rescuers urged walkers to check weather reports before heading for the mountains after two people got stuck in snow on Wales’s highest mountain.
The year provided plenty of outdoor adventures, not least provided by Mother Nature herself, as exceptional weather became the norm.
The UK’s busiest volunteer mountain rescue team said it cannot sustain the present level of callouts, following a record number during August.
Outdoor fans can do their bit to clean up the mountain environment at an upcoming event in Snowdonia.
A man who died after falling from a ridge in Snowdonia has been named. Kenneth Steven Hands, of Oldbury in the West Midlands, came off Crib Goch on...
A woman has died after falling from a scrambling route on a Snowdonia mountain. The walker, in her early 50s and from the Stockport area, was comin...
A ‘senseless’ attack on a national park’s digger will cost thousands of pounds and delay repairs to one of its most popular paths.
With the approach of the half-term school holidays, lots of people will be heading for the hills in search of a little adventure.
Two climbers were plucked from an avalanche-prone Snowdonia gully after spending the night in sub-zero temperatures on the mountain.
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.
Armchair mountaineers can now make the journey to the top of Wales’s highest peak from the comfort and warmth of their homes.