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Ramblers work with Government to simplify footpath mapping process

Britain’s biggest walkers’ charity said it is working with the Government to simplify the process to get maps recorded on official maps.

Ramblers' advice to walkers after cattle attack

The Ramblers are advising walkers to take care in the countryside where there is livestock. A dog was killed and its owner injured when they were a...

On test: Salomon Eskape GTX hiking shoe and 1,000 Mile Ultra Performance Sock

With summer expected, some time, it's time to kick off those boots and slip on a pair of walking shoes.

Naked Rambler Stephen Gough fined for Hampshire nudity

The Naked Rambler has been fined by a court in Hampshire after he was found guilty of behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress.

Voluntary mountain biking ban comes into force on Snowdon

Mountain bikers and cyclists are being asked to observe a voluntary ban on Wales’s highest mountain from today.

National Trust for Scotland wants walkers to give it the boot for campaign

A conservation charity is appealing to walkers to help give it the boot for an upcoming campaign. The National Trust for Scotland wants 90 pairs of...

Chumbawamba star will join Kinder Mass Trespass celebrations

A member of the band that notoriously doused John Prescott with water will join a male voice choir at celebrations to mark a seminal event in the battle for countryside access.

New volunteers needed to keep fit and keep the fells in good shape

National park bosses say outdoor lovers can help keep fit and help keep the hills in good shape too by volunteering for a Lakeland project.

Rescuers warn walkers of Peak District snow cornice hazard

A rescue team is warning of unusual hazards for walkers in the Peak District. The freakish wintry weather has created snow cornices in many locatio...

Naked Rambler Stephen Gough jailed again for Asbo breach

Naked Rambler Stephen Gough has been jailed for 11 months for defying the latest judicial attempts to get him to cover up.

Stone pillars will guide Snowdon walkers to the right paths

A set of stone pillars will be installed on Wales’s highest mountain to keep walkers on the right track.

Rescuers use sirens and lights to guide lost Carlton Bank walkers

Rescuers guided a group of lost walkers to safety by sounding their vehicle sirens and turning on the blue flashing lights.

Outdoor bosses: 'Britain on Foot can add four years to people's lives'

Outdoor industry bosses today launched a campaign they said could add four years to people’s lives.

Peak District gathering will mark Kinder trespassers' spirit

Ramblers will gather tomorrow to keep alive the spirit of pioneers of access to the countryside. It is 81 years since a group of walkers took to th...

Carey Davies takes up hillwalking post at British Mountaineering Council

Two-thirds of the British Mountaineering Council’s members say they are first and foremost hillwalkers, despite the public perception the organisation caters mainly for climbers.

On test: brasher Supalite Active GTX boots

brasher's new fabric lightweight boots are aimed at the 'recreational walker'...

New Keswick bridge puts walkers and cyclists on right track

Walkers and cyclists in the Lake District are back on the right track after the completion of a new bridge.

Lowe Alpine to sponsor Great Lakeland 3Day mountain marathon

A Lakeland-based outdoors brand is backing a three-day mountain marathon in its own backyard. Kendal-based Lowe Alpine has signed up to support the...

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