Plans for a huge zip wire in the Lake District have been rejected.
Proposals for a half mile long zip wire at Honister Slate Mine were thrown out by the Lake District National Park Authority.
The decision led Sir Chris Bonington to quit his role as Vice-President of the organisation of Friends of the Lake District.
You can watch the full report on the decision - and the fallout - from Hannah McNulty below.
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