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An Explorer Scout who fell to his death in north Wales was unlawfully killed, an inquest jury found.

Neglect by the Scout Association also contributed to Ben Leonard’s death on the Great Orme near Llandudno in August 2018

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Lakes boss Richard Leafe will quit at end of year for new career as Mountain Leader

The boss of England’s largest national park has announced he will step down at the end of the year.

Jack Scott takes Spine Race victory and smashes five-year-old record

Jack Scott has won the Montane Winter Spine Race, and smashed the existing record by more than 10 hours.

Leaders set blistering pace in Spine Race after front runners retire

Leaders in the Montane Winter Spine Race are setting a blistering pace as they head north along the Pennine Way.

Six previous winners battle for Spine Race victory on brutal Pennine Way course

Britain’s first national trail is the scene for a potential epic showdown as some of the world’s top runners go head to head in this year’s Montane Spine Race.

Open Spaces Society 'dismayed' Dartmoor camping rights will face court challenge

The Open Spaces Society has expressed its dismay at the decision of the Supreme Court to allow a challenge to a ruling on camping on Dartmoor.

Go Outdoors owner JD Sports sees shares fall after profit warning

Shares in the company that owns High Street retailers Go Outdoors, Blacks and Millets dropped 23 per cent on Thursday after it issued a profits warning.

Body of runner Ed Catmur found on Cross Fell after 24-hour search involving 82 rescuers

The body of a fellrunner was found on the highest fell in the Pennines after a huge search lasting 24 hours.

Happy New Year from the team at grough

The team at grough would like to wish all our readers, friends, and all those in the outdoors community a happy New Year.

Injured Ben Wyvis walker airlifted to hospital after 15-hour rescue

An injured walker was airlifted to hospital after a lengthy rescue in wintry conditions on a mountain in Easter Ross.

Time for warmth: we head north for the lowdown on insulation for the outdoors

Is down still the best material for insulating us in the UK's notoriously wet climate? PrimaLoft took us north to convince us otherwise...

On test: trail-walking shoes reviewed

Eight pairs of walking shoes, suitable for use on the UK's trails, evaluated over extensive testing...

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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