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Organisers gear up for The Lap, a 45-mile race round Windermere

Organisers are gearing up for the inaugural race round England’s largest natural lake. The Lap is an off-road circuit of Windermere that will tak...

Lake District planners give go-ahead for Ullswater valley flood relief scheme

Lake District planners have given the green light to a project to reduce the risk of flooding in the Ullswater valley.

Mountain rescuers' new leaflet urges hillgoers to plan ahead to avoid callouts

Rescue organisations in England and Wales have released their latest version of a leaflet aimed at increasing safety for outdoor enthusiasts.

On test: Osprey Katari 7 backpack reviewed

A slim lighweight pack designed with bikers and runners in mind...

National park workers improve boggy Yorkshire Dales Coast to Coast Walk stretch

National park rangers and volunteers are working on improving a section of the Coast to Coast Walk through the Yorkshire Dales.

Aficionados republish Wainwright's first book, A Pennine Journey

A new edition of a seminal work by the author and illustrator Alfred Wainwright has been published by the society formed to promote study of his work.

Cotswold Outdoor owners plan store closures as creditors approve rescue plan

Creditors of the troubled owners of retailer Cotswold Outdoor have approved a company voluntary arrangement.

Keswick rescuers called out three times in eight hours to aid Lakeland walkers

A Lakeland rescue team was called out three times in one day to help walkers. Keswick Mountain Rescue Team was first alerted about 11.10am on Wedne...

On test: headtorches reviewed

We've been out on the dark hills to shed some light on the best headtorches for use by outdoor enthusiasts.

National park bosses praise 'amazing' effort to clear blocked Yorkshire Dales bridleway

Outdoor enthusiasts have been praised for their ‘amazing’ efforts in helping clear debris from a Yorkshire Dales bridleway after recent floods.

Group including National Trust plans Windermere Lakeland 'gateway' development

A consortium that includes the National Trust and the Lake District authority is planning to develop land near Windermere to create a ‘gateway’ to the area.

Police launch Bothy Watch as walkers' safety put at risk by revellers

Police in the South of Scotland have launched a Bothy Watch scheme after reports the free shelters are being misused.

Designer's pitch to festival-goers: don't ditch the tent; turn it into a rucksack

A Dundee University graduate is hoping his novel recycling idea will reduce the waste of abandoned tents at music festivals.

Aviemore police appeal for sightings of missing walker Andrew Moorhouse

Police have appealed to walkers for sightings of a man who has gone missing in the Cairngorms. Andrew Moorhouse is reported to have gone walking al...

Lakeland walker stretchered from Esk Hause after thigh injury

An injured walker was stretchered from a Lake District fell in a 4½-hour operation. Keswick Mountain Rescue Team was called out about 8.30pm on Th...

On test: two- to three-season walking boots reviewed

Twelve pairs of walking boots put to the test through extensive hoofing across the hills, but which scored best?.

Wander Woman Phoebe Smith confirmed as Long Distance Walkers' president

Members of the Long Distance Walkers Association have confirmed adventurer and writer Phoebe Smith as their president.

Kathmandu's Gore-Tex wedding dress takes away the worry from outdoor brides' big day

Brides heading for the great outdoors for their ceremony can keep dry with the New Zealand brand's all-terrain designer wedding dress.

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