A flying doctor involved in rescues of stricken outdoor enthusiasts is jetting across the Atlantic to investigate a lifesaving treatment.
Outdoor enthusiasts are being invited to help crowdfund repairs to some of England and Wales’s most used upland paths.
Mountain rescuers were involved in three separate incidents in one afternoon where walkers got caught out by icy conditions on south Wales’s highest mountain.
An injured climber had to be stretchered by rescuers for two miles after breaking his leg in a fall. The man fell while tackling a route on Tuesday...
A runner who completed the gruelling race along the length of the Pennine Way has succeeded in his attempt to run the whole route again in the opposite direction.
An outdoors festival will return to a Scottish Borders town after the success of the inaugural event.
The year provided plenty of outdoor adventures, not least provided by Mother Nature herself, as exceptional weather became the norm.
Imagine running a marathon. Not so tough, eh? Now imagine doing it in the middle of winter, carrying a pack over rough terrain in the mountains. A...
Members of a mountain rescue team who took part in the operation to help Cumbria during Storm Desmond have raised more than £2,000 for flood victims.
A British adventurer has finally made friends with a notorious Icelandic icecap, three years after a near-death experience on the glacier.
An injured walker was rescued from a Lake District fell after a rescue team member came across her while walking her dogs.
The crew of an air ambulance battled Arctic conditions to airlift an injured walker from a Lake District mountain.
Rescuers were called to aid two challenge walkers who had passed them earlier in the day while dealing with an injured woman.
Ultrarunner Javed Bhatti is on course to complete a remarkable winter double run of the Pennine Way this weekend.
Mountaineering legend Sir Chris Bonington is leading an event organised by the outdoors community to help Cumbrians who suffered during the recent floods.
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.
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.