Access campaigners said the Government must not implement a cut-off date on rights of way until all missing paths have been recorded.
A rescue team spent nine hours searching for a group of walkers lost on England’s highest mountain.
The impact of thousands of charity walkers on the unpaid volunteers who often have to rescue them is examined by the chairman of one of the busiest mountain rescue teams.
An Everest summiteer has offered her congratulations to the woman who broke her record as the youngest female Briton to get to the top of the world’s highest mountain.
A mountain rescuer is planning a fundraising trip round all of the UK’s national parks, with a 38-year-old called Lola.
National park bosses have reminded dog owners to keep their pets on a short lead during the breeding season.
A mountain rescue team used its boat to reach three paddlers stranded on islands after their canoe capsized.
At least 150 footpaths are under threat from plans to build England’s high-speed railway between London and Birmingham.
One of the hardest challenge races ever run – over the mountains of Wales, from north coast to south –will be staged again, 20 years after the first, and so far only event.
The organisation representing country landowners said the rights of way system is unfair and weighted against them.
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Rescuers were called to three separate incidents on each of Yorkshire’s Three Peaks within six hours of each other.
Access campaigners welcomed coalition Government moves to speed up the process of registering ‘lost’ footpaths and other rights of way.
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Britain’s oldest national conservation society is on the lookout for a worthy winner of its first award aimed at champions of open space and access.
Walkers on Wainwright’s Coast to Coast route will benefit from work carried out by volunteers on a footpath through the Yorkshire Dales.