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Kinder trespass to be marked with annual event

Kinder trespass to be marked with annual event

Posted 4 February 2013
The memory of the Kinder Great Trespass will be kept alive on an annual basis, it has been announced.
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Navigation problems lead to walkers getting lost on mountain

Navigation problems lead to walkers getting lost on mountain

Posted 4 February 2013
The lack of a torch or good mobile phone reception may be major problems faced by walkers who remain on mountains as the light fades, as an incident at the weekend proved.
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Call for national parks action after minister backs campaign

Call for national parks action after minister backs campaign

Posted 1 February 2013
The John Muir Trust has called on environment secretary Owen Paterson to show his support for preserving wilderness areas by expanding the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales national parks.
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No forest sell-off, government confirms

No forest sell-off, government confirms

Posted 1 February 2013
The government has adopted the recommendation of its forestry panel that publicly-owned woodlands should be held permanently in trust.
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Highland road set for widening project

Highland road set for widening project

Posted 31 January 2013
The start of a project to widen the A82 by Loch Lomond has moved a step closer.
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National trails petition handed in at Downing Street

National trails petition handed in at Downing Street

Posted 31 January 2013
Campaigners have handed in a petition to Downing Street calling for changes to plans for the future maintenance of national trails.
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Glencoe bridge works welcomed

Glencoe bridge works welcomed

Posted 30 January 2013
A famous walker's pub has welcomed news that an access bridge is to be replaced, despite some short-term disruption.
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Scenic improvement plan provides archaeological find

Scenic improvement plan provides archaeological find

Posted 29 January 2013
The removal of overhead power lines may delight those who enjoy the scenery of the Yorkshire Dales - and also archaeologists.
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Minibus to help walkers deal with road closure

Minibus to help walkers deal with road closure

Posted 29 January 2013
A minibus service will help walkers get to popular routes while a road is being repaired.
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Ramblers delighted at HS2 route

Ramblers delighted at HS2 route

Posted 29 January 2013
The Ramblers has said it is pleased to see the HS2 northern section avoids areas of protected countryside.
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Steall looks gorge-ous after repairs

Steall looks gorge-ous after repairs

Posted 28 January 2013
Work has been completed on the restoration of the Steall Gorge path in Glen Nevis.
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Mountaineering body in new wind farm rage

Mountaineering body in new wind farm rage

Posted 25 January 2013
The sponsorship of a Scottish tourism awards event by a company trying to build windfarms all over the Highlands has not gone down well with the Mountaineering Council of Scotland.
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Adventurer plans to walk entire coastline of Britain

Adventurer plans to walk entire coastline of Britain

Posted 24 January 2013
A man planning to set off on a coastal walk next month might be taking his time to return to the start point; ten months, in fact.
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Conservation charity marks 30 years

Conservation charity marks 30 years

Posted 23 January 2013
The John Muir Trust has marked 30 years in existence with a reminder that some issues remain very familiar.
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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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Snowdonia 4x4 driver jailed

Snowdonia 4x4 driver jailed

Posted 22 January 2013
A man who drove his 4x4 to the top of Snowdon twice has been convicted and jailed.
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Britain on Foot gets official funding

Britain on Foot gets official funding

Posted 22 January 2013
Sport England has provided a grant of £76,000 to a campaign aiming to get Britain walking more.
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Acclimatisation equipment firm aims high at Outdoors Show

Acclimatisation equipment firm aims high at Outdoors Show

Posted 21 January 2013
The Outdoor Show in London featured a company whose equipment can help people acclimatise to high altitude before they set foot on a mountain.
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Equipment warning follows mountain rescue

Equipment warning follows mountain rescue

Posted 21 January 2013
A mountain rescue team has advised walkers to ensure they are well equipped after two incidents over the weekend.
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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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