Mountaineers are urging outdoor fans to back a conservation charity battling a windfarm proposal in what it says is a David and Goliath fight.
The Mountaineering Council of Scotland asked walkers and climbers to chip in to help the John Muir Trust, which lost a court case today that would have capped its costs in a judicial review
A family and their dog were rescued from a precarious position after getting stuck at a notorious accident blackspot on England’s second-highest mountain.
Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team spent eight hours in the operation to lower the four and their black labrador down Broad Stand on Scafell
A path in Glen Nevis has reopened after emergency repairs following a landslip.
The footpath in the Steall Gorge was closed by owners John Muir Trust on Monday after part of it collapsed during heavy rain.
A Yorkshire outdoors gear manufacturer is due to unveil the world’s biggest sleeping bag at a sports ground today.
Silsden-based Snugpak will unroll the 80kg bag at rugby league club Bradford Bulls’ stadium to mark a homeless charity’s annual event
Three teenagers were airlifted from a Lake District mountain after suffering the effects of cold and rain.
New members of a mountain rescue team had a baptism of fire, with six rescues interrupting their planned final training assessment.
Two children and a dog were among a group who had to be rescued from a scrambling route in Snowdonia in deteriorating weather.
The Naked Rambler Stephen Gough has failed in an appeal to a European court against a breach of his human rights.
A popular path in the shadow of Britain’s highest mountain has been closed following a landslip. Heavy rain in the past few days has caused the c...
A new book charting the progress of the charity that looks after almost 100 mountain shelters has been published as the organisation approaches its 50th anniversary.
A couple was rescued after getting lost on a hillside in the Brecon Beacons. Longtown Mountain Rescue Team was called out yesterday after the walke...
Mountain rescuers had to take to the Lakeland fells in the early hours of this morning, just three hours after getting back from a night-time incident in 80mph winds.
Rescuers battled 80mph winds to go to the aid of two walkers lost in the dark after summiting England’s third highest mountain.
A survey reveals Snowdon's height will remain the same, but at the same time thousands of walkers will climb an extra metre.