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Grough's great big Christmas gift guide to goodies for the outdoor fan

We've taken a peep inside Santa's North Pole headquarters to bring you suggestions for seasonal gifts for the outdoor enthusiast in your life.

Climber Mick Fowler looks forward to a return to Himalaya after his most taxing year

Just when he thought he had put his cancer behind him, it returned; but now the mountaineer is looking forward finally to his planned Himalaya trip.

Ingleton touted as Three Peaks start to relieve pressure on Horton in Ribblesdale

A group of businesses in the Yorkshire Dales is appealing to walkers to adopt a different route for the area’s Three Peaks Challenge.

Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team celebrates 50 years of 'helping others in need'

One of Britain’s busiest mountain rescue teams will celebrate its 50th anniversary this weekend. The Llanberis team, whose patch includes Snowdon...

National Trust plans to put bends back in beck to reduce Lakeland flooding

Conservation charity the National Trust is leading a plan to reduce flooding in a Lake District valley.

Walkers illuminate Fleetwith Pike ridge in charity festival of light

Forty hardy walkers lit up a Lake District ridge to help a charity that supports young people tackling expeditions in the great outdoors.

Signs of the times: Dales craftsman uses 44-year-old machine to form finger posts

Have you ever stopped and pondered, as you check you’re on the right track, how those ubiquitous wooden finger posts we see throughout the countryside are produced.

John Muir Trust plans toilets and extra parking at foot of Blàbheinn on Skye

A conservation charity has revealed plans to double the number of parking places and build two toilets at the foot of a popular munro on the Isle of Skye.

Old Lancashire station flagstones keep Yorkshire Dales walkers on track

Flagstones that once lined the platform at a Lancashire railway station are helping walkers keep on track in the Yorkshire Dales.

Winter onset heralds start of Lakeland felltop assessors' daily Helvellyn ascents

The first day of December marks the start of meteorological winter and it also means shifts begin for one of the country’s most unusual seasonal jobs.

On test: lightweight waterproof jackets reviewed

We went chasing the rain to see if it's possible to save weight without compromising performance in a waterproof jacket.

Judges choose seven winners from 600 entries in Kendal festival photo contest

Judges have chosen the winning images in Kendal Mountain Festival’s photography competition. The panel whittled down more than 600 entries to dec...

Lake District planners give go-ahead to 1km-long zipwire at Honister

Planners in the Lake District have given the green light to a zipwire despite officers recommending the application be refused.

€30,000 boost will help lift the gloom on the Peak District's Bog of Doom route

The Peak District’s Bog of Doom may hold fewer terrors after the announcement of a €30,000 boost for its improvement.

Walkers warned to stay clear of Beachy Head cliffs after large cracks appear

The Coastguard is warning walkers to stay away from cliff edges at a South Downs beauty spot after a large crack appeared close to the footpath.

Scottish Natural Heritage boss Francesca Osowska completes 1,300-mile cycle ride

The boss of Scottish Natural Heritage has completed an epic 1,300-mile cycle ride round the nation in the hope of inspiring the public to get active.

Public asked to listen for tawny owls' twit-twoos during six-month survey

Bird experts are asking people to keep their ears open for the familiar twit-twoo of the tawny owl during the coming months.

On test: Hoka One One Torrent shoe reviewed

The brand with the big soles' new shoe is aimed squarely at trailrunners needing a more responsive model.

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