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Mountaineering council: new trespass law could restrict wild camping

The British Mountaineering Council said it is concerned about planned legislation that could criminalise wild camping.

On test: walkers' ice-axes reviewed

An ice-axe is essential for anyone heading for the wintry mountains in the UK; we put three to the test.

Cat Bells walker recounts how 'indigestion' led to emergency airlift to hospital

A walker has told of how he was airlifted from a Lake District fell after suffering what he thought was a bout of indigestion.

Two drunk men helped to safety from Snowdon after walkers call for help

Two drunken men were brought to safety from the flanks of Snowdon after passing walkers expressed concern about their wellbeing.

TV show will feature 'dead to the world' walker who collapsed on Ullswater hike

A walker who collapsed while on a charity fundraiser in the Lake District has thanked those who helped him.

On test: walking trousers reviewed

We've been legging it across the hills and countryside to put 16 pairs of technical walking trousers to the test; which suits you best?.

Cape Wrath Ultra and Dragon's Back Races switch to annual dates

Organisers of two of the UK’s most challenging long-distance events have announce they will be run each year.

Treemendous effort by rescuers after mystery light spotted on Snowdonia peak

Rescuers were called out after a mysterious light was spotted on a Snowdonia mountain. Members of Aberdyfi Search and Rescue Team were alerted abou...

Leo Houlding to lead expedition to free-climb Amazonian 'lost world' Roraima

Climber and explorer Leo Houlding will brave venomous snakes, mud and mosquitos in a trek to summit a South American ‘lost world’.

On test: AKU Serai mountaineering boots reviewed

High-end insulated boots for high-end mountain trips; how did they perform?...

Good Samaritan runner injures ankle after stopping to offer help on Lakeland fell

A runner who stopped to help someone who had slipped on a Lake District hillside fell victim to injury himself within yards of leaving the person.

Plans revealed for latest 125-mile Morecambe Bay stretch of England Coast Path

Plans for the latest section of the England Coast Path have been revealed. If approved, the 125-mile stretch from Silecroft in Cumbria to Cleveleys...

Six days, six hours, four minutes: how Paul Tierney broke the Wainwrights running record

An astonishing challenge that ran on chips, banter and very little sleep, but definitely no smashed avocado.

Paul Anderton returns to Berghaus after 20 years to take up new innovation role

The owners of the Berghaus brand have appointed Paul Anderton to a new senior post with the Wearside company.

Lake District boss Richard Leafe: resignation rumour is 'fake news'

The boss of the Lake District national park said social media reports of his impending resignation are ‘fake news’ and he will not be leaving his post.

Grough's great big guide to Christmas gift ideas for the outdoor fan

We've scoured the outdoor world for suggestions for innovative festive presents for the mad-keen outdoor enthusiast in your life..

Original Mountain Marathon runners brave armpit-deep mud in Clyde Muirshiel event

Mud was the keyword for competitors in this year’s Original Mountain Marathon, with runners tackling the boggy slopes of the Clyde Muirshiel regional park at the weekend.

Mountaineer Nirmal 'Nims' Purja summits all 8,000m peaks in less than seven months

Mountaineer Nirmal Purja has claimed his final 8,000m peak, shattering the record for summiting all 14 of the world’s highest peaks.

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