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Ask 3 questions before you set off:
Do I have the right gear?
What the weather will be like?
Do I have the knowledge & skills?

If you score 3/3 on these questions, off you go, have a fantastic day! If not, read on to find the answers you need to be kitted up and in the know to be safe!
Visit: www.adventuresmart.uk







This site has been created to share mountain & hill walking safety advice and tips, knowledge and good practice and will be ideal for those venturing into the Lake District, Snowdonia, The Highlands or any others of the wonderful mountain and moorland areas that the UK has to offer. 
Visit: www.mountainsafety.co.uk






The Mountain Weather Information Service provides weather forecasts to aid mountain safety for 10 upland regions across the UK.

MWIS forecasts contain detailed and accessible information aimed at both novice and experienced mountain users.

Visit: www.mwis.org.uk
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