Carol Morgan has reached the finishing point of the gruelling Montane Spine Race to take the women’s title and the event record.
The race dubbed Britain’s most brutal was heading for a close finish as the three leading competitors entered the final few hours within minutes of each other.
The event dubbed Britain’s most brutal race got underway on Sunday morning with runners having to contend with typical Pennine winter weather.
Liverpool Britpop favourites Cast and Scottish solo singer KT Tunstall will be the headline music acts at this year’s Keswick Mountain Festival.
Walkers who fancy stretching their legs on one of England’s national trails can now get a visual preview of their route.
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Kendal Mountain Festival has established itself as one of the premier gatherings of outdoor folk in the country.
A long-distance route passing through diverse countryside has been granted great trail status in a ceremony in Argyll.
Two runners were seriously injured when they fell into the same Lake District gill in separate incidents on the same afternoon.
Tom Hollins has won the Montane Spine Race, dubbed Britain’s most brutal ultrarunning event. The Yorkshire anaesthetist stretched his lead over t...
The two leading runners in the gruelling Montane Spine Race were each given a 30-minute penalty for inadvertently taking a short cut.
As large areas of Britain are gripped by the year’s first true taste of winter, hardy athletes are gearing up to tackle the event dubbed the country’s most brutal race.
A paralysed man who made the ascent of one of Yorkshire’s Three Peaks to raise cash for a rescue team has died.
A wild start to 2016 set the tone for the following 12 months with record-breaking rescue numbers, climbing achievements and astonishing challenges, making it a year to remember.
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Hardy racers faced conditions described as a minefield of shoe-swallowing bogs and ankle-turning tussocks in a tough mountain marathon.
Two new headtorch models and an enhanced belay device are among goodies heading for the shops next year from Black Diamond.
National park bosses are looking forward to a historic date when a little bit of Lancashire will become part of the Yorkshire Dales.