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An adventurous walker is claiming a record for summiting all England and Wales’s mountains.

James Forrest has ascended 446 peaks in six months, climbing five times the height of Everest during his quest

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Dundonnell team 'heartened' by public response after theft of rescue gear

The leader of a volunteer Scottish rescue team that had vital equipment stolen said his members have been heartened by the public support since the break-in.

Experts will emphasise mountain activities’ importance at Holyrood reception

Mountain experts will gather at the Scottish Parliament to impress on politicians the contribution of hillwalking and mountaineering to the nation’s economy and wellbeing.

Scientist discovers plant on Peak District trail believed to be extinct

A rare plant that was believed extinct has been discovered on a popular Peak District trail. Two small populations of the leek-coloured hawkweed ha...

Yorkshire Dales walker airlifted to hospital after tumbling 100ft on Ingleborough

A walker was airlifted after injuring herself when she tumbled 100ft while descending one of the Yorkshire Three Peaks.

Hypothermic Lakeland walker airlifted to hospital from Far Easedale

A hypothermic walker was airlifted from a Lake District fell after becoming unwell. The man, in his 70s, was with a group of friends in Far Easedal...

Blencathra rescue follows Helvellyn callout for Keswick team

A man was rescued from Helvellyn and a woman brought to safety after getting stuck on Blencathra on Wednesday.

Mountaineer Doug Scott's black and white photos to go on display for first time

One of the first Britons to summit Everest will stage an exhibition of his black and white photography at a prestigious London venue.

Yorkshire Dales authority grant helps fell rescuers kit out new members

Rescuers in the Yorkshire Dales will be better kitted out thanks to a grant from the national park authority.

Fife police appeal after body of man in outdoors gear found in Devilla Forest

Police in Scotland are appealing for help in identifying a man whose remains were found in a forest in Fife.

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Review: Camra’s Wild Pub Walks by Daniel Neilson

Camra's new guidebook offers 22 ways to enjoy some of Britain's best upland scenery with the promise of a decent pint afterwards.

On test: Primus PrimeTech Stove Set reviewed

Just add gas: this nifty set provides all you need to get cooking on the trail. But how did it perform?...

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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