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Motor groups chip in to help resurfacing of historic Dales Cam High Road

Part of a historic road across the Yorkshire Dales fells has been resurfaced with financial help from two user groups.

Missing Cadair Idris walker found asleep in dark on mountain path

Rescuers who found a missing walker asleep in the dark on a Snowdonia mountain path said the man could have died if weather conditions deteriorated sooner.

Milestone reached as Natural England says it's working on all parts of coastal path

Government agency Natural England says it is now officially working on the whole length of the planned England Coast Path.

Isle of Lewis police searching for missing Torsten Kulke say body has been found

Police searching for a missing man on a Hebridean island said a body has been found. German visitor Torsten Kulke was reported missing on Monday 31...

North-East rescue teams responded to a dozen incidents in July

Two volunteer rescue teams in north-eastern England responded to a dozen incidents in July. Northumberland National Park Mountain Rescue Team and N...

New Pen-y-ghent stone steps designed to encourage use by walkers

A set of stone steps installed on a badly eroded route on one of Yorkshire’s Three Peaks has been specially designed to encourage people to use them rather than go round them.

On test: waterproof jackets reviewed

Anyone venturing into the outdoors should have a good waterproof jacket with them. See how 13 different brands performed in our exhaustive test...

North York Moors bosses seek groups to 'adopt' Cleveland Way stretches

National park bosses are on the lookout for families or groups prepared to ‘adopt’ a section of a national trail.

Adventurer Paul Rose reveals his 'beautiful secret' Yorkshire Wolds Way in BBC show

A man who has tackled adrenalin-fuelled polar expeditions revels in the slow pace of a walk along one of England’s least visited national trails.

National Trust for Scotland breaks with tradition as TV's Neil Oliver set to be president

Television presenter and archaeologist Neil Oliver is expected to take up the role of president of the National Trust for Scotland.

Iconic Swedish brand Primus celebrates 125 years

Back in 1892 FW Lindqvist and JV Svenson created the world’s first soot-free kerosene stove in their small blacksmith workshop in central Stockholm and aptly called it Primus (meaning first).

Treetop Trek firm opens talks on building Thirlmere zipwire in Lake District

The company that abandoned plans for a zipwire in the Lake District is proposing setting up a similar facility elsewhere in the national park.

Langdale revealed as venue for 50th OMM as event returns to Lake District

The 50th running of the Original Mountain Marathon will take place in Langdale in the Lake District. Organisers revealed the venue for the event, w...

Isle of Lewis police seek information on missing man Torsten Kulke

A major search is underway for a man missing on the Isle of Lewis. Police appealed for anyone who may have information about the whereabouts of Tor...

Two Lakeland mountain bikers injured in high-speed crashes in two days

Two mountain bikers were rescued after suffering injuries in high speed crashes on successive days in the Lake District.

Glossop mountain rescuers celebrate 60 years with look back at history

A rescue team marked 60 years’ service this weekend with a gathering at its base. Glossop Mountain Rescue Team has carried out hundreds of missio...

Peak District rangers take to 'fire bikes' to put across blaze message

Peak District rangers have taken to two wheels to get across an important safety message for outdoor enthusiasts in the national park.

Fred Whitton Challenge cyclist seriously injured in Honister Pass crash

A cyclist was seriously injured when he crashed while tackling a charity challenge in the Lake District.

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