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A group of national park apprentices stepped out in 1960s gear to mark the 50th anniversary of the Cleveland Way.

They joined more than 150 walkers retracing the steps of early walkers along a three-mile stretch of the national trail in the North York Moors

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Whernside path repairs first to be completed as part of Mend Our Mountains campaign

Footpath repairs on Yorkshire’s highest fell have been completed. Rebuilding of the Bruntscar path on Whernside took place as part of the Mend Ou...

Renewed appeal for sightings as searches fail to find missing walker Martin Rhodes

Rescuers have renewed their appeal for sightings of a walker who has been missing for three weeks in Wester Ross.

Galen Reynolds and Sabrina Verjee post slender leads on first day of Dragon's Back Race

Canadian runner Galen Reynolds held a slender lead at the end of the first day of the Berghaus Dragon’s Back Race.

Watchdog tells York Council to speed up after it said path order will take 29 years

A local authority has been ordered to review its procedures after it told a campaigner it would take 29 years to add a footpath to official maps.

Mountain Aid urges more walkers to bag a corbett for its May challenge

A charity wants more walkers to take to the Scottish hills before May is out. Mountain Aid’s Corbetts4Courses challenge aims to see all 222 of th...

Nicky Spinks runs double Paddy Buckley Round as Wainwright date revealed

Top fellrunner and ultrarunner Nicky Spinks will give the annual Wainwright Society lecture this year.

Runners from 32 nations will line up for biggest Dragon's Back Race yet

Runners from 32 nations will line up in north Wales on Monday for the start of the event claimed to be the world’s toughest five-day mountain race.

Rescuers called out after Keswick festival trailrunner knocked out in fall

Rescuers were called out for the second day running to aid a competitor in a Keswick Mountain Festival challenge.

Keswick festival challenge walker rescued after passing out on Cat Bells

A walker taking part in a Keswick Mountain Festival event was rescued after injuring herself on Cat Bells.

Hill sleuth Myrddyn Phillips's border research suggests Wales should shrink a little

Months of measurements and footslogging by two walkers has led them to the conclusion that the Wales-England border could be in the wrong place.

On test: two- to three-season walking boots reviewed

Twelve pairs of walking boots put to the test through extensive hoofing across the hills, but which scored best?.

Follow in the Brontë sisters' footsteps to Top Withins, inspiration for Wuthering Heights

Take to the romantic wild Brontë moors, home to Cathy and Heathcliff, on this walk starting in the hilltop village of Haworth in West Yorkshire .

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