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In wet weather even little streams can become formidable torrents, and many crossings are best avoided  © Dan Bailey

Expert Tips: Walking in Wild Weather

As autumn heads inexorably towards winter, conditions on the hills tend to get more hostile. It needn't be a show stopper, but wet, wild and cloudy weather does pose a big challenge. Here, seasoned pros give us their top tips for weathering the autumn storms.


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rescue team  © jaggy bunnet
rescue team  © jaggy bunnet

Rescue Calling in a Mountain Rescue

How To Make A Mountain First Aid / Emergency Kit (click to make image bigger)  © Sarah Stirling
How To Make A Mountain First Aid / Emergency Kit (click to make image bigger)  © Sarah Stirling

Make A Mountain First Aid Kit

Scrambling on Tryfan  © Martin Davies
Scrambling on Tryfan  © Martin Davies

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Calder Valley Search & Rescue Team at work.  © Calder Valley SRT
Calder Valley Search & Rescue Team at work.  © Calder Valley SRT

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A keen team, good weather and a familiar route: maximising the chances of a safe and successful day  © Will Legon

Scrambling Scrambling with Kids - A Parent's Guide

Kids are natural climbers, and scrambling as a family can be great fun. But with scrambling comes risk, and there's a lot to consider when you add children to the mix. To help ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable day, instructor Will Legon ...

Embracing the exposure on Bristly Ridge  © Will Legon
Embracing the exposure on Bristly Ridge  © Will Legon

Scrambling Scramblers - Learn to Manage a Fear of Heights

Is a fear of heights holding back your scrambling progress? Will Legon describes some clever ways to reprogram your fear response and help the rational you regain control...

Cold winds  © johnhenderson
Cold winds  © johnhenderson

Skills Wind in the Mountains

In a winter of constant storms, windy walks are inevitable. But most people are a poor judge of wind speed, and its effects on a walker. Know your limits, says Helen Howe. Here are her tips for safer walking in the wind...

It's just an exercise, but in a real incident a record of the casualty could make a big difference  © Will Legon
It's just an exercise, but in a real incident a record of the casualty could make a big difference  © Will Legon

Rescue The Casualty Card - A Forgotten First Aid Tool

The ABCs may be the essential bedrock of first aid, but there's another simple tool that's often overlooked. Will Legon...

Arc'teryx Alpine Academy: Scrambling with a partner  © UKC Articles
Arc'teryx Alpine Academy: Scrambling with a partner  © UKC Articles

Arc'teryx Alpine Academy Scrambling with a partner

In this video, Peter Mason gives us some tips for scrambling on mixed terrain, with a partner.

rescue in Coire an t'Sneachda  © mac fae stirling
rescue in Coire an t'Sneachda  © mac fae stirling

Rescue How - And When - To Call Mountain Rescue

Pressure on mountain rescue teams is building, with more incidents than ever before. But too many call-outs are entirely...

Early morning on Crib Goch  © Rob Johnson
Early morning on Crib Goch  © Rob Johnson

A Hillwalker's Guide to Fear

Climbing / Mountaineering and Walking Qualifications in the UK
Climbing / Mountaineering and Walking Qualifications in the UK

Climbing / Mountaineering and Walking Qualifications in the UK


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