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Helicopter airlifts stone for Whernside footpath repairs in Yorkshire Dales

A helicopter has been used to airlift stone on to the flanks of Yorkshire’s highest mountain to repair a popular footpath.

12 March 2019

Doug Scott will tell tales of Everest ascent and The Ogre epic on Scottish lecture tour

Britain’s joint first Everest summiteer will embark on the Scottish leg of his lecture tour in May.

12 March 2019

Walker rescued after getting lost in 60mph winds on wintry Helvellyn

A walker was rescued after getting lost in high winds and wintry conditions on England’s third-highest mountain.

10 March 2019

Coachload of passengers among 33 people aided by rescuers on wintry Kirkstone Pass

A Lake District team went to the aid of 33 people caught in wintry conditions on the Kirkstone Pass. Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team said there wer...

10 March 2019

Two climbers rescued after spending night on Glen Coe mountain

Two mountaineers have been rescued after spending the night on a Glen Coe mountain. The pair were reported overdue when they failed to return from ...

09 March 2019

Holme Valley rescuers launch £60,000 appeal after control vehicle written off

A rescue team has launched a fundraising drive to replace its control vehicle, which was damaged beyond repair in an accident.

08 March 2019

TV presenter Paul Rose heads this year's Great Cumbrian Litter Pick

Explorer and television presenter Paul Rose will head up this year’s Great Cumbrian Litter Pick. The event, organised by the Friends of the Lake ...

07 March 2019

Team warns of winter's return after couple rescued from Snowdon

Rescuers are warning hillgoers in Snowdonia that winter has returned to the area’s mountains. Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team said walkers heading...

05 March 2019

Five Cumbrian charities benefit from £100,000 gift as Friends of Blencathra winds up

Five charities will benefit from funds raised for an unsuccessful bid to buy a Lake District mountain.

28 February 2019

Two die and two are injured in Ben Nevis avalanche

Two people have died after an avalanche on Ben Nevis. Police said a rescue operation is still underway and that two other people have been injured....

12 March 2019

Wainwright Society plans to publish out-of-print Pennine Journey book

Fans of the late writer Alfred Wainwright will soon be able to read his first work, which has been out of print for some time.

11 March 2019

Climber airlifted after spending night on Stob Coire nan Lochan dies in hospital

One of the climbers who was airlifted from a Glen Coe mountain on Saturday has died in hospital. The 57-year-old from Nottinghamshire was found by ...

10 March 2019

Hypotherimic climber in serious condition after Glen Coe rescue

A climber is in a serious condition in hospital after being airlifted from a Glen Coe mountain. Police said the 57-year-old Nottinghamshire man is ...

10 March 2019

Bodies of British climber Tom Ballard and Italian Daniele Nardi found on Nanga Parbat

The bodies of mountaineer Tom Ballard and his climbing companion Daniele Nardi have been found on Nanga Parbat.

09 March 2019

Survey finds 99 per cent of women say outdoor adventure aids mental wellbeing

The results of a major survey released to mark International Women’s Day demonstrate the benefits of outdoor activities on women’s mental wellbeing.

08 March 2019

Baden-Powell Scouts raise cash for rescue team with ascent of The Cheviot

A group of young people raised cash for mountain rescuers with a sponsored ascent of the highest hill in the team’s area.

05 March 2019

Body of Highlands walker found after search in Killilan area

A hillwalker’s body has been found after a search in the western Highlands. Police said a Coastguard helicopter located the 56-year-old’s body ...

01 March 2019

Put the t-shirt away – winter's on the way back, Scottish mountaineers warn

Pack away your shorts and t-shirts, and get your crampons and ice-axe back out of the cupboard – winter’s on its way back.

28 February 2019

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