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19 Jun 2015

thumb There's no more idyllic place for wild swimming, wild camping and family picnics than a tarn. Whether you go the full monty or... Read more

15 Jun 2015

thumb Introducing Britain's favourite hills... This week, one of the best loved summits in southern Lakeland Read more

9 Jun 2015

thumb G&J surveys, the team behind several revisions to the Munro list, recently established the true height of Meall Gaineimh, a... Read more

5 Jun 2015

thumb Skiddaw and Blencathra are stars of the show, and Sharp Edge is a name to get scramblers excited; but there's far more to the... Read more

Jun 2015

thumb Is it a book review, an interview or just a thinly veiled excuse to escape the desk? Dan Bailey joins author Stephen Goodwin for... Read more

May 2015

thumb Fell runner John Fleetwood is about to embark on his biggest challenge yet - a journey along the full length of the Alps from... Read more

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thumb Fell runner John Fleetwood is about to embark on his biggest challenge yet - a journey along the full length of the Alps from... Read more

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thumb G&J surveys, the team behind several revisions to the Munro list, recently established the true height of Meall Gaineimh, a... Read more

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thumb On Tuesday 7th April Patrick Devine-Wright started an attempt to break the speed record for the 1100km South West Coast Path, the... Read more