The Maritime and Coastguard Agency has released footage of the moment two climbers were lifted to safety in Snowdonia.Read the full story ›
An inquest into the deaths of five family members killed in a helicopter crash has been opened and adjourned.Read the full story ›
A man who injured his hip and leg while abseiling down a gully was stretchered off a Snowdonia peak by Ogwen Valley and RAF Valley mountain rescue teams overnight.
A coastguard rescue helicopter from Caernarfon was unable to reach him on Craig yr Ysfa because of strong winds.
The helicopter instead flew rescuers to the base of the climb and the man was carried to a team vehicle and then transferred to an ambulance.
A baby foal has been rescued from a mountain after following a family out for a walk.Read the full story ›
Planning permission has been granted for two slate quarries in Wales to house the UK's first electricity storage facility built in 30 years.Read the full story ›
A helicopter was called out on Tuesday to winch the climber to safety from the perilously steep East Ridge of Crib Goch in Snowdonia.Read the full story ›
A £5m campaign to promote Wales to an international audience has been launched by Visit Wales, featuring Welsh actor Luke Evans.Read the full story ›
The National Trust say the number of visitors, and scale of path damage, mean extra support is needed to get the work done in good time.Read the full story ›
A man has fallen to his death while climbing in Snowdonia.
It happened at Bristly Ridge, in the Glyder range, above the Ogwen Valley.
Police were called to reports that someone had fallen into a gully.
Two people were roped down to where the man had landed with head injuries.
The Ogwen Valley mountain rescue team called in a coastguard helicopter which winched the man off the mountain to hospital.
A walker with a suspected broken leg was rescued from a mountain in Snowdonia on Saturday afternoon.
The 37-year-old slipped on a rock on Cwm Idwal, just 100 yards above the main A5 road.
Ten mountain rescue workers attended the scene and the walker was carried off the mountain before being taken to hospital in Bangor by ambulance.