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The UK’s biggest outdoors retailer is anticipating a surge in camping as Britons look to holidays at home, with uncertainty continuing over foreign travel.

GO Outdoors said in the week following the UK Government’s announcement of measures to lead the country out of lockdown, online traffic searches for camping gear increased by 37 per cent

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Second callout in a week to The Cheviot for Northumberland rescuers

Rescuers were called out for the second time in a week to The Cheviot to aid a walker in difficulties.

Two walkers die in separate incidents in Lomond national park

Rescuers searching for a missing hillwalker in the southern Highlands discovered a man’s body. The 33-year-old was found on Ben A’an in the Tro...

Walkers rescued after getting lost in mist on the Cheviots

Two walkers who got lost on hills near the England-Scotland border were rescued in an operation lasting almost four hours.

Search for inspiration leads to ankle injury for Lakeland photographer

A man was injured after falling into a beck in the Lake District. Rescuers said the man was looking for photographic inspiration in Launchy Gill ne...

Ambleside plans big switch-off to highlight dark skies' value

A Lake District town will embrace its dark side to emphasise the effects of light pollution. Ambleside’s Big Switch Off also aims to raise awaren...

Mountain bothies remain closed despite lockdown easing

The charity that cares for more than 100 mountain shelters said they should only be used in an emergency.

Completion of Langholm community land buyout paves way for nature reserve

A community buyout of a large tract of land in the Scottish Borders has been completed. The legal transfer of the 5,200 acres of moorland near Lang...

Prepare for your outdoors trips, plead rescuers, as 'stay at home' rule eased

Rescuers in Northumberland are pleading with the public to prepare properly when they head to the outdoors.

Twenty more photographers donate prints to auction for injured rescuer Chris Lewis

More photographers have added their work to an auction to raise cash for a badly injured mountain rescuer.

How an outdoor retailer survived lockdown: a service centre, a woman's eye and explainer videos

Innovation and a keen eye on online sales have helped independent retailer Trekitt survive lockdown...

On test: Olight Baton 3 Premium Edition torch set reviewed

This compact pocket torch comes with its own neat dedicated charging case; how did it fare in the great outdoors?.

Follow in the Brontë sisters' footsteps to Top Withins, inspiration for Wuthering Heights

Take to the romantic wild Brontë moors, home to Cathy and Heathcliff, on this walk starting in the hilltop village of Haworth in West Yorkshire .

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