A wild start to 2016 set the tone for the following 12 months with record-breaking rescue numbers, climbing achievements and astonishing challenges, making it a year to remember.
The year provided plenty of outdoor adventures, not least provided by Mother Nature herself, as exceptional weather became the norm.
A television crew will film an upcoming effort to clear England’s highest mountain of rubbish, as part of a series on countrywide littering.
Custodians of Britain’s three highest national peaks are encouraging challenge participants to use an online piece of kit to make their ascents safer and less damaging.
Volunteer paddlers pulled 18 rubber ducks, along with watering cans and a tyre from a Cumbrian lake during a clean-up.
Charity challenge walks will come under the spotlight at a gathering organised by the British Mountaineering Council.
Lake District rangers say the beauty of the area is being blighted by unthinking visitors leaving litter.
Volunteer litter pickers pulled a couple of watering cans, along with more mundane rubbish, from the shores of three Cumbrian lakes.
A fork stuck in a tree, discarded tent poles and numerous disposable barbecues were among items cleared from the national park countryside in the first of a series of clean-ups.
A team of volunteers recovered from an early morning setback to complete their tasks clearing rubbish and restoring paths as part of a mountain festival.
The body that represents hillwalkers, climbers and mountaineers south of the border revealed it will launch a major campaign next year to help Britain’s upland paths.
Wasdale, home to England’s highest mountain and deepest lake, is looking a little more spruce after the efforts of a volunteer clean-up squad.
Campaigners are objecting to a second attempt by a Cumbrian landowner to build a visitor centre on a Lake District common.
A Government minister will visit volunteers taking part in the next Fell Care Day in the Lake District.
A record-breaking British mountaineer combined his two loves to mark the Lake District’s volunteers’ 60 years of service.
A mountain leader is urging outdoor fans to help clean up Snowdonia after the recent hot spell led to an extra influx of visitors and the inevitable increase in rubbish left behind.
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Outdoor enthusiasts are being offered the chance to clean up the environment and join in action pursuits for a second year.