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On test: camp foods reviewed

We've slaved over a hot camp stove to evaluate 15 different prepared foods: breakfasts, main meals and desserts, to find the top outdoor cuisine.

Mountain rescuers warn: Scafell Pike is not a playground for the inexperienced

Mountain rescuers warned England’s highest mountain is not a playground for the inexperienced. Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team said it is concerned ...

Campaigners begin second phase of battle of Warcop commons as inquiry resumes

Campaigners have begun their second push in the battle against the Ministry of Defence over three commons in the north Pennines.

BBC Two series will see mountaineer Paul Rose explore the Lake District

Outdoor enthusiasts who love the Lake District will be able to enjoy some of its delights without leaving their armchairs.

On test: lightweight camping stoves reviewed

We fired up eight varied lightweight stoves to see how they compared on camp...

Three new shelters opened as Mountain Bothies Association reveals £80,000 spend

The charity that looks after more than 100 mountain shelters across Britain said it spent £81,000 on maintaining them last year.

Aberdyfi team in eight-hour operation to rescue dad and daughter stuck on rockface

A man and his daughter were rescued from a Snowdonia mountain after getting stuck on a scrambling route.

Northumberland rescue team seeks new members to cover largest English area

Rescuers with the largest patch of any team in England are recruiting new members. Successful applicants will receive a year of training with the N...

Lakeland hills alive with music as choir marks First World War fallen

The hills have been alive with the sound of music as part of a Lakeland project to remember those who perished in the First World War.

Rescuers appeal for TV help after another 'avoidable' Scafell Pike incident

A group of walkers had to be guided to safety from England’s highest mountain after they got lost in the dark.

Scottish rescuers: helicopter bosses have 'casual disregard' for members' safety

Scotland’s four busiest volunteer mountain rescue teams have accused the agencies operating the UK’s rescue helicopters of having a ‘casual disregard’ for the safety of team members.

Sub-zero temperatures and blizzards test runners as OMM hits Black Mountains

Thousands of hardy competitors endured sub-zero temperatures and blizzards in the Original Mountain Marathon held at the weekend.

Work begins on unearthing secrets of mysterious Yorkshire Dales 'stack stands'

A team of archaeologists is trying to get to the bottom of a series of mysterious earthworks in the Yorkshire Dales.

On test: technical t-shirts reviewed

We took to the hills to test eight t-shirts to see how they performed when the temperature rose...

England has a new mountain: Miller Moss. Now go find it

Three amateur surveyors lugged their professional-quality satellite and surveying gear to the summit of two Lakeland fells in the quest for a new mountain and found one.

Pavel Paloncý abandons Pennine Way record attempt for second year running

Czech ultrarunner Pavel Paloncý has abandoned his attempt to break the record for completing the Pennine Way.

On test: Montane Halogen 25 rucksack reviewed

A daysack that punches above its weight with lots of well-thought-out features...

On test: Pacsafe Dry 15L Anti-theft Portable Safe reviewed

This little pack will guard against both criminals and the weather...

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