Robens has recently launched the Vector 2 and Vector 3 in its Trail Range
Rohan has improved and re-launched its Biteguard technology shirts in anticipation for the insect-infested spring and summer ahead!
The National Trust for Scotland is calling all hillwalkers and backpackers to send in their old, battered hiking boots. Click on the story to find out why!
MASTILES Lane was a key part of a drovers’ super-highway in the eighteenth century, the M6 of its time. Before then it was in use by monks from Fountains Abbey more than 20 miles...
This walk didn’t begin on the South Downs, but in front of a drawing hung on a wall in the Towner art gallery in Eastbourne. The almost angry lines of the charcoal, in the hands...
The combination of mountain bikes and mountain walking is a good one in an area like the Cairngorms and after an embarrassing day trying to negotiate my bike down one of the easier...
A 24-hour, 100km fundraising walk in aid of Blind Veterans UK is looking for volunteers
Last month, we were saddened by the departure of Carey Davies, our long-time assistant editor, but we are delighted to announce that he will now be making waves in the British Mountaineering Council (BMC)
In celebration of the Mass Trespass on Kinder Scout of 24 April 1932, the Kinder and High Peak Advisory Group (KHPAG) has decided to hold an annual ‘Spirit of Kinder Day’
Today, we announce that we have reverted to spelling out The Great Outdoors. Why? Well it is partly in recognition of our deep roots in the country’s hillwalking and, quite simply, because we want to share our passion with more and more people, by spelling out what we do and what we’re about on the cover.