Three walkers were rescued after getting lost in poor weather in the Cairngorms.
Search efforts are underway to find three people missing on the Cairngorms' highest peak.
A dog who spent three days missing on Scotland’s second highest mountain has been reunited with his owner.
Rescuers battle eight hour snow blizzard to save fallen climber who ‘would not have survived the night’ on mountain
Rescuers who battled eight hours in highs winds and heavy snow to carry an injured climber off a peak in the Cairngorms say he would not have survived the night as temperatures plunged to -25C.
Mountain rescue teams battled “appalling” conditions to find an injured climber in the Cairngoirms yesterday.
Three mountain rescue teams sent to Cairngorms in ‘appalling’ weather after reports of injured climber
Three mountain rescue teams have been dispatched to deal with an incident in the Cairngorms in “appalling weather conditions” this afternoon.
A rescue operation had to be launched for a man who got into difficulty walking in the Cairngorms.
Scotland’s mountain rescue teams are being plagued by ill-equipped climbers and walkers risking their lives and those of their rescuers on some of the nation’s most dangerous peaks.
Mountain rescue teams are now warning to the dangers of adverse weather conditions and being ill prepared when hill walking.
Two lost walkers, navigating by a dying mobile phone and without a torch, were found by rescuers after a night time operation in poor weather on the Cairngorm Plateau.
A search was launched this evening for a hillwalker reported missing from the peak of the highest mountain in the Cairngorms.
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Two walkers have been rescued from the Cairngorms after getting into difficulty in "horrendous" conditions.
The owners of the UK's second highest mountain have voiced alarm at the increasing amount of human waste on the summit.
British Red Cross volunteers and students from a Moray martial art academy will today attempt to climb the UK's three highest mountains in just 24 hours for charity.
A double-amputee and his three colleagues have negotiated the highest of the Cairngorms during a fundraising journey from Land's End to John O'Groats, moving in a straight line.