Macmillan Cancer Support’s Mighty Hikes walking series is back this summer with eight marathon length hikes including four new routes. Taking place between June and September, the hiking series spans some of the UK’s most picturesque landscapes.
Richard Parks has announced his upcoming project to become the first person in history to collect a blood sample and muscle biopsy from the summit of Mount Everest, which he aims climb without using supplemental oxygen.
New for spring/summer 2017 are the Mammut Ayako High GTX, which provide superb protection from the elements with an innovative design and high level of breathability, keeping your feet dry and comfortable from the first step to the last.
30-year-old Luke Robertson from Edinburgh has completed a solo, unassisted and unsupported expedition to the South Pole, skiing across Antarctica for 39 days, becoming the youngest Brit and first Scot to complete such a journey.
Tom Ballard, 26, has joined big wall climber Andy Kirkpatrick, mountaineer Jon Gupta and expedition photographer Martin Hartley, among others, as one of Montane’s sponsored athletes.
The Telegraph Ski & Snowboard Show returns to the UK this autumn, bringing an authentic alpine setting to the city.
The John Muir Trust path restoration project on Suilven in north west Scotland was nominated by Berghaus to win £18,000 of funding from the European Outdoor Conservation Association (EOCA) and has been shortlisted for the online public vote.
Fjallraven ambassador Alan Hinkes is about to kick off his UK-wide lecture tour, ‘An Evening with Alan Hinkes OBE’, taking place at Cotswold Outdoor stores this month.
A new website, Outdoor North Wales, has just launched and is intended as a guide to the best outdoors places that North Wales has to offer.