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Glencoe appeal follows avalanche tragedy

Glencoe appeal follows avalanche tragedy

Posted 23 January 2013
Fundraising efforts have been launched for mountain rescuers in the west Highlands after the avalanche tragedy in Glencoe.
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Avalanche fatality a reminder of need to prepare

Avalanche fatality a reminder of need to prepare

Posted 21 January 2013
An avalanche tragedy in Scotland may stand as a reminder to outdoor lovers to assess the risks before they go out on the hills.
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Keswick Mountain Festival promises star-studded line-up

Keswick Mountain Festival promises star-studded line-up

Posted 9 January 2013
Visitors to the Keswick Mountain Festival can now book tickets to see some of British mountaineering's biggest names.
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Mountaineering MP wins award

Mountaineering MP wins award

Posted 6 December 2012
The efforts of an MP to promote walking and climbing have been formally recognised by the Sport and Recreation Alliance.
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Mountain rescue warning over Sharp Edge

Mountain rescue warning over Sharp Edge

Posted 22 November 2012
Keswick Mountain Rescue has issed a new reminder of the dangers of trying to climb or descend on a narrow mountain ridge in the Lake District.
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BMC seeks more climbing access

BMC seeks more climbing access

Posted 21 November 2012
The British Mountaineering Council is seeking to do more to ensure climbing access in quarries across England and Wales.
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Warning for walkers and climbers as winter approaches

Warning for walkers and climbers as winter approaches

Posted 6 November 2012
Walkers and climbers have been warned that wintry conditions can now be present on the Lake District hills, even if the weather in the valleys is mild.
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BMC launches access survey

BMC launches access survey

Posted 14 August 2012
The British Mountaineering Council has started a survey to check how much use people get out of its access database for climbers.
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Tributes paid to former BMC chief after avalanche tragedy

Tributes paid to former BMC chief after avalanche tragedy

Posted 13 July 2012
Tributes have been paid after the BMC's former chief was killed in anavalanche incident in the Alps.
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Ramblers to encourage older people to walk

Ramblers to encourage older people to walk

Posted 12 July 2012
Older people will be encouraged to take upwalking and climbing at this weekend's 50+ show.
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Call for more action on forests

Call for more action on forests

Posted 9 July 2012
The government's Forestry Panel has not done enough to help those wanting to climb crags in such places, the British Mountaineering Council believes.
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Lake District eyes up fresh World Heritage bid

Lake District eyes up fresh World Heritage bid

Posted 27 June 2012
The Lake District is gearing up for a new attempt to gain Unesco World Heritage status.
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Skye mountain wall project praised

Skye mountain wall project praised

Posted 21 June 2012
A new conservation project has seen a wall built on the Isle of Skye at the gateway to Britain's most intimidating mountain range.
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Royal rescues to increase in Snowdonia

Royal rescues to increase in Snowdonia

Posted 7 June 2012
Walkers and climbers can do plenty to reduce their chances of meeting royalty while in Snowdonia.
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Trust outlines Ben Nevis decision

Trust outlines Ben Nevis decision

Posted 6 June 2012
The John Muir Trust has explained its decision to remove some of the safety marking posts on Ben Nevis.
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Honister via Ferrata gains planning approval

Honister via Ferrata gains planning approval

Posted 3 May 2012
The Honister Slate Mine company has been successful in its bid to extend its via ferrata on Fleetwith Pike in the Lake District.
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Cleaning up on the cliffs

Cleaning up on the cliffs

Posted 18 April 2012
Climbing enthusiasts are set to do their bit to create a good impression for visitors as the Olympics approaches.
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Pinnacle of the Peak

Pinnacle of the Peak

Posted 13 April 2012
An upcoming guided walk in the Peak District focuses on the edges of moors and not their summits - something that typifies upland walking in the national park.
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Mountain Rescue Team reports busy Easter

Mountain Rescue Team reports busy Easter

Posted 11 April 2012
Tryfan has been the centre of several incidents so far this month attended by Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue team.
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Climbers may get to help run national parks

Climbers may get to help run national parks

Posted 9 March 2012
Outdoor lovers may be able to stand for election to national park authority boards under new government proposals.
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