A calendar featuring photos from aficionados of the late guidebook author Alfred Wainwright has gone on sale.
Part guidebook, part biography, part history, Nick Burton's book describes a walking route from Wainwright's birthplace to his final resting place.
Walkers can now set off on a long-distance route on a firmer footing with the opening of a new bridge.
Many walkers will have a fleeting acquaintance of Orton in Cumbria. The village is on the route of Wainwright’s Coast to Coast Walk, and feels mo...
Next month will see a date a publisher says marks the handing over of Lakeland guidebook baton to a new generation.
The man best known for cutting the rope holding his stricken climbing partner during an Andean expedition will be among speakers at this year’s Keswick Mountain Festival.
Our rearward glance at a news-packed 2012 includes, as always, tragedy as well as uplifting stories of the great outdoors, and a few oddities.
A long-distance route tackled by thousands of walkers every year will be officially waymarked after authorities approved the move.
Take a peek with us at some of clothing and gear that will appear in the shops in the coming months with the first part of our Outdoor Trade Show report.
A Tory MP will deliver an annual lecture to aficionados of the late guidebook author Alfred Wainwright.
Aficionados of the late Alfred Wainwright have unveiled a new information board at the start of the author’s Coast to Coast Walk.
Fans of the late guidebook author Alfred Wainwright raised £10,000 for a conservation charity through sales of a calendar.
The enduring fascination with the late author Alfred Wainwright continues for many outdoor fans. And now a walk leader has devised a 126-mile route...
A mini mountain festival will raise cash for mountain rescuers and an air ambulance service. The Cumbria Fell Fest will take place in April and fea...
One of England’s remotest youth hostels will get a £¼m facelift for its 80th birthday. The Black Sail hostel at the head of Ennerdale can only ...
Fans of the late author Alfred Wainwright are gathering this evening to celebrate two significant anniversaries.
Visitors to the Lake District are being offered a car-free tour with a unique view of the area’s scenic splendour.
Aficionados of the late guidebook author Alfred Wainwright have warned walkers following his Coast to Coast Walk to equip themselves with a map and compass.