A mountain expert has reminded hillgoers of the importance of packing a headtorch as summer turns to autumn.
An injured dog was among those rescued in a busy week for north-eastern mountain rescue teams. The labradoodle badly injured his leg while walking ...
A scheme that collects unwanted outdoor gear for re-use by community groups is appealing for more donations.
Two mountain rescue teams covering the North Pennines and the North-East responded to a record number of calls during August.
A former conservation charity boss is to step in as chief executive of the country’s biggest walkers’ organisation.
Rescuers have revealed details of the difficult operation to reach one of their members who died after falling on a remote mountain in north-west Scotland.
Footpath repairs supported by a crowdfunding project have begun on Exmoor. A section of a route near Chains Combe in Exmoor national park is the fi...
Montane is the first technical outdoor brand to gain a Gore licence for more than 10 years. Its new waterproofs use a range of Gore-Tex fabrics...
A mountain rescue team’s extended headquarters were officially opened by a lord lieutenant during an open day.
Outdoor campaign groups have welcomed an inspector’s decision to refuse an appeal that would have allowed a ‘visitor hub’ to be built on common land in the Lake District.
Britain has a new mountain. Remodelling by Ordnance Survey has promoted a Yorkshire Dales hill to the mountain lists – b...
Grough spent the summer camping out in a quest for the best of small one- or two-person lightweight tents.
Not a guidebook to Britain's first long-distance footpath, more a journal with lots of colourful accounts of people and things you might encounter on the walk.
Vango, probably Britain's best known tent brand, celebrates its 50th birthday this year. We took a trip north of the border for a view of its new gear...
UK-manufactured socks from Bridgedale make the recommended list again for thousands of DofE expeditioners.
Hillwalkers are being invited to dig out their torches and pull on their boots for a fundraiser on Scotland’s most southerly munro.
Archaeologists will begin probing an Iron Age fortress within sight of Britain’s highest mountain next week.
A group of campers was given an official police warning after officers discovered they had chopped down a lochside tree for their fire.