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Corrour Bothy toilet changes mean more convenience for volunteers

Volunteers have completed work to increase the convenience of the facilities at a remote but busy bothy in the Highlands.

Dales cavers rescued after 24 hours underground in Dowber Gill Passage

Two cavers were rescued from a system in the Yorkshire Dales after spending 24 hours underground. Members of Upper Wharfedale Fell Rescue Associati...

England has a new mountain: Miller Moss. Now go find it

Three amateur surveyors lugged their professional-quality satellite and surveying gear to the summit of two Lakeland fells in the quest for a new mountain and found one.

Rescuers' plea after Killin team spends hours searching for lost Ben Lui walkers

Rescuers have pleaded with hillgoers to take a map and compass after a protracted search for four walkers lost on a Highland peak.

On test: Montane Halogen 25 rucksack reviewed

A daysack that punches above its weight with lots of well-thought-out features...

Top climber Alan Hinkes helps keep up injured Lake District walker's spirits

A Lake District walker who had the misfortune to injure himself had the good fortune to be kept company by one of Britain’s top mountaineers while he waited for help.

Cairngorm rescuers in first cave rescue after boy injured in fall

Members of Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Team were called upon to carry out a rare cave rescue in the Highlands when a boy injured himself.

Peak conservationists to tackle Dambusters run to help fix 'bog of doom'

Conservation staff and national park employees will tackle a 10-mile run to help fix a moorland ‘bog of doom’.

British Mountaineering Council's new president Lynn Robinson: lots of work to do

The mountaineering body's first woman president talks about her vision for the organisation...

Old foghorn, gunpowder works, disused mineral works? Walkers, take your pick

What do an old fog horn, gunpowder works and the Lake District’s last mineral mine have in common? They’re all destinations on offer for walker...

Summer's nearly over - welcome to spring 2019

While you've been out getting sunburnt this summer, outdoor brands have been planning for next spring - here's a glimpse of the near future.

Information van will offer safety advice to Snowdon walkers

Walkers heading up Wales’s highest mountain will be offered safety advice from a new mobile service.

Moorland group joins Emily Brontë bicentenary celebrations with Bogtastic visit

A conservation group will join celebrations to mark the bicentenary of an author whose work inspires thousands of visits to the moors around her former home.

Parking at Seathwaite for your Lakeland walk: could a fire engine pass?

Visitors to a walkers’ hotspot in the Lake District are being asked to park responsibly or consider alternatives at busy times.

On test: Pacsafe Dry 15L Anti-theft Portable Safe reviewed

This little pack will guard against both criminals and the weather...

Thinking of heading up Tryfan? Read this first

Tryfan's rocky ridges and easy access make it a popular target for walkers, but it's easy to get into difficulties.

Lynn Robinson elected first woman BMC president as members vote for new structure

Members of the organisation that represents climbers, hillwalkers and mountaineers in England and Wales have elected its first woman president.

Hector brings stormy end to Three Peaks Yacht Race after days of flat calm

A race that tests both sailing and mountain running ability had a tempestuous end as Storm Hector curtailed the final ascent of Ben Nevis.

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