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Reima, the Finland-based premium brand for kids’ active wear, launches its first mono-material product, the Voyager jacket.

A group of 35 leading national outdoor activity, tourism, nature, health and rescue organisations, has come together to back the Prime Minister's call for the public to behave responsibly while exercising outside.

Keswick Mountain Festival (KMF) has confirmed that, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the 2020 event will not go ahead as planned from 15-17 May.

Mountain Hardwear’s sustainable Ghost Shadow™ Hoody has won gold in the clothing category at this year’s UK OIA Awards, announced at the Outdoor Industry Association’s conference in Cheshire this week.

Montane, Europe’s leading specialist brand of lightweight, breathable outdoor clothing and equipment for fast-paced mountain sports, has announced the appointment of Andy Towne as Chair of its refreshed Board of Directors.

National broadcaster Together TV has commissioned Walks Around Yorkshire, a brand new series from the team behind the successful walking series Walks Around Britain.

Mountain running events company Ourea Events is celebrating after securing a major tourism award in Scotland. Based in the Lake District, the Ourea team organises races throughout the UK and won the Best Sporting Event category in the recent Scottish Thistle Awards final, for Salomon Skyline Scotland 2018.

The It’s Great Out There Coalition has announced details of the first projects that will benefit from its grants programme in 2020.

In this landmark year for climbing as the sport prepares to make its debut at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games; Sheffield’s internationally renowned bouldering competition, the Climbing Works International Festival (CWIF) will this weekend welcome amateur, professional and for the first time Olympic qualified climbers to compete side by side.

A cross-Irish Sea set of collaborative counties in Ireland and Wales has formed a partnership to deliver a new tourism heritage project known as the ‘Celtic Routes’, aimed at bringing Celtic culture, spirit and soul to a new audience.

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