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The year provided plenty of outdoor adventures, not least provided by Mother Nature herself, as exceptional weather became the norm.
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Charges at five car parks across the Lake District are being waived until after the New Year, to help attract visitors back to the area.
A group devoted to the works of the late fellwalking author Alfred Wainwright is backing a bid to help disabled people enjoy the Lake District.
A Lake District mountain rescue team was called out overnight to help residents in a nearby village which flooded for the second time four days.
A mountain rescue team has given an insight into two days’ events when nature threatened residents of southern Scotland and north-west England.
Rescuers have warned walkers to think carefully before heading for the Lake District hills this weekend.
A Peak District rescuer has described his team’s work helping ensure the safety of flood victims across the North of England, and rescuing an injured walker and a man lost on the national park’s highest hill.
Volunteers from mountain rescue and search teams from across the country have been taking a crucial role during some of the worst floods in living memory in northern England.
Emergency services have stood down from their flood readiness in the Lake District as river levels recede.
A mountain rescue team has received more than £5,000-worth of kit after being spotted using second-hand clothing during the recent Cumbria floods.
Campaigners have expressed their disappointment at MPs’ decision to allow fracking under national parks.
An organisation has set up a fund to help restore the landscape and wildlife of the Lake District following the devastating Storm Desmond.
The Lake District’s two felltop assessors have vowed their work will carry on despite their base being ‘ripped apart’ by flood water.
Mountain rescue teams from across the North of England and beyond have converged on Cumbria to help in the response to some of the worst flooding seen for a decade.
National park bosses are urging walkers and mountaineers to check a dedicated weather service before heading for the hills.