The family of a kayaker whose body was found on the Caithness coast after a major search has launched a campaign to encourage the use of personal locator beacons.
A rescue team has posted an official complaint to television bosses over scenes in a recent programme featuring a renowned adventurer.
We've been out on the hills in this mammoth test with 17 packs big enough to take your gear for a day's walking, to see how they compare.
Visitors to a film festival will be urged to help an appeal for a helicopter landing pad at a hospital that treats many injured climbers and walkers.
Cavers in the Yorkshire Dales will be able to practise in the warmth and dry thanks to an Olympic legacy.
Outdoor enthusiasts are being offered the chance to clean up the environment as a Europe-wide scheme is extended to the UK for the first time.
The body representing climbers and hillwalkers north of the border is urging clubs and individuals to make their view known on plans to regulate adventurous activities.
The Queen’s law representative praised the work of a volunteer rescue team during a visit to the organisation’s headquarters.
A charity aimed at getting gay and bisexual men involved in the great outdoors is urging men to swap bars and booze for the mountains and rivers of Britain for their Christmas festivities.
Outdoor fans will be able to try a little weaselling as a reward for their clean-up efforts in a national park.
An outdoor gear brand has announced it will hold its fifth festival in the Peak District in autumn. The Alpkit Big Shakeout will take place in Sept...
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A caving club is celebrating its 50th anniversary by opening a new training area at its Yorkshire Dales base.
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.
Plans to abolish the body that oversees safety for children’s outdoor activities in England have been ‘paused’.
A councillor from the city which lost four teenagers in a kayaking tragedy has started an e-petition calling on the Government to halt the proposed abolition of statutory licensing for adventure activities.
Our customary look-back at the past year provides a mix of triumph and controversy; tragedy and humour, with a few heroic acts.
A caving club is offering outdoor enthusiasts the chance to venture underground. The Yorkshire Subterranean Society is again offering a Try Caving ...