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You're never too young to climb your first mountain! Well, that's if you count being carried to the top of Snowdon in a baby carrier. Whether you have a tiny baby, an ambitious toddler or older kids up for a challenge, hillwalking with your children can be a fun and exciting adventure for the whole family.Fri, 18 December, 2015
The Yorkshire Dales is a great place to bag your first peak. The terrain tends not to be as steep and extreme as the Lake District but you can still climb to a splendid top with fantastic views. Here are five suggestions for a first climb.Thu, 03 September, 2015
This blog marks the start of a regular series of short safety briefs from Mountain Rescue England and Wales (MREW), the national co-ordinating body for volunteer search and rescue teams in England and Wales.Fri, 08 May, 2015
We spoke to wild camping expert and author Phoebe Smith, who told us about her experiences of pitching up in the wilderness and gave us some great tips for anyone planning on giving wild camping a go.Thu, 30 April, 2015
Weather hazards over 300m
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Snow and Avalanche Reports
The sportscotland Avalanche Information Service provides a daily avalanche hazard assessment, snow and mountain conditions at 2 popular areas within the East Highlands during the Winter season.
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