Outdoor enthusiasts tackling Britain’s highest mountain are being warned that construction work has begun on the most popular route up the hill.
Volunteers from England and Wales’s official long-distance paths met in a national park at the weekend.
Volunteers working on a Lakeland project rebuilt a section of drystone wall and managed to demolish 300 pieces of cake.
A consultation on the future management of Wales’s highest mountain reaches its conclusion next week with a conference in Llanberis.
Disabled outdoor enthusiasts can now enjoy a trip round a Yorkshire Dales reservoir thanks to footpath improvements.
The Government has announced that two national parks in northern England will be extended. The long-awaited decision to extend the Yorkshire Dales ...
A scheme to restore footpaths on an Assynt mountain has topped a worldwide poll to win £18,000 of funding.
This comprehensive little book will guide walkers undertaking the route around the ancient kingdom of Fife.
Residents and businesses around Wales’s highest mountain are to be asked their views on how to manage the peak.
Campaigners said a local authority’s move to cut its rights of way department was short-sighted and could lead to long delays in resolving footpath problems.
Outdoor fans are among those who have chipped in to boost a fund aimed at helping improve access in a national park.
A leading campaigner said she fears for the future of Welsh footpaths if Government proposals go ahead.
Two Peak District walkers were rescued in separate incidents in which they injured their legs. Edale Mountain Rescue Team was called out to the fir...
An access expert has warned the clock is ticking for thousands of public highways. Phil Wadey, vice-chairman of the Open Spaces Society, warned the...
Outdoor campaigners paid tribute to a former Labour Environment Secretary who has died. Michael Meacher was the architect of the right-to-roam laws...
Public-spirited volunteers removed more than half a ton of rubbish from Britain’s three national peaks.
National park rangers are offering the public the chance to walk with them to discover aircraft wrecks on the Peak District’s highest hill.
A Lake District fell got a spruce-up when more than a hundred people cleared a mountain of rubbish. The 140 volunteers and staff saw off 300 pieces...