More people than ever are heading for the great outdoors in England. Figures revealed today by the Government’s official advisers Natural England...
National park bosses are urging walkers and mountaineers to check a dedicated weather service before heading for the hills.
Confusion surrounds the future of a Lake District mountain after conflicting reports of its potential sale.
The body that represents hillwalkers, climbers and mountaineers south of the border revealed it will launch a major campaign next year to help Britain’s upland paths.
The crew of a Royal Navy Sea King helicopter has been honoured for its heroic rescue of two climbers in blizzard conditions on Britain’s highest mountain.
Campaigners said a local authority’s move to cut its rights of way department was short-sighted and could lead to long delays in resolving footpath problems.
A leading campaigner said she fears for the future of Welsh footpaths if Government proposals go ahead.
A newly qualified team member got his first taste of a real rescue when he was called out to aid a climber who fell on a Peak District crag.
Campaigners have welcomed a decision by a power company not to push for a controversial windfarm in the Highlands.
Two major charities have welcomed the news that England’s coastal path is on course for completion in five years’ time.
The International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation has backed moves to restrict attempts on climbing the world’s highest mountain.
Work on conserving peat moorlands in the Pennines have saved as much carbon dioxide as a 7-million-mile car journey would produce.
Outdoor enthusiasts tackling Britain’s highest mountain are being warned that construction work has begun on the most popular route up the hill.
Campaigners have expressed their anger at a land swap allowing a motor-racing circuit to be built on the edge of a national park.
Outdoor fans are among those who have chipped in to boost a fund aimed at helping improve access in a national park.
A consultation on the future management of Wales’s highest mountain reaches its conclusion next week with a conference in Llanberis.
The Scottish Government has turned down plans for a windfarm on a highly sensitive Highlands site because the company applying for permission didn’t exist at the time of the submission.
Mountaineers are calling on planners to throw out an application to allow a controversial hilltrack to be retained in the Highlands.