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Stoned climbers got so high they had to be rescued from mountain peak

A group of climbers had to be rescued from the top of England’s highest mountain after they celebrated conquering the peak a bit too much.<p>The four …

Climbing

7 recipes for green bell peppers when you have way more than you need

The first bell peppers of summer are green, and there can be an overabundance of them in the garden before the other colored peppers show up. But no …

Healthy Eating

19 free things to do in Singapore

Singapore may be one of the most expensive countries to visit in Southeast Asia, but there are plenty of free things to see and do to ease the pressure on your wallet. Here are some of our favourite Singapore freebies.<p>Get a taste of Peranakan history at Baba House<p>Baba House, the exquisitely …

National University of Singapore

The Big Picture photography competition: round 274

For World's Oddest-Looking Antelope, Signs of a Comeback

Thanks to conservation, the saiga antelope returns to Kazakhstan's steppes.<p><i>Part of our weekly "In Focus" series—stepping back, looking closer.</i><p>With its tubular, bulbous nose, it may look like a character from a Dr. Seuss book or the bar scene in <i>Star Wars</i>.<p>But don't be fooled by its droll appearance: …

The 10 best bridges

From a waterway through the sky to a Persian teahouse and sluice, our architecture critic picks his favourites<p>Which other bridges should have made the list? Have your say in the comments, or share a photograph of your favourite via GuardianWitness, and your idea could be featured in our alternative …

Win a £250 holiday voucher

Should mobile phones be banned from hotel dining rooms? Send your views to travelviews@telegraph.co.uk. The reader who sends in the best entry will win a £250 travel voucher.<p><b>The prize</b><p>Telegraph Travel readers have the chance to win £250 worth of gift vouchers courtesy of Railbookers, a specialist …

Telegraph Travel Awards 2013

The Telegraph Travel Awards 2015-16 give you the chance to reward those operators, people and places that continue to surpass your expectations. These awards have long been the most trusted in the industry. Why? Because they are voted for entirely by Telegraph readers, who are among the most …

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Great waterways of the world

Traditionally, along with the sea, rivers and canals were the main means of transporting goods, so history and culture is ripe along the banks of the world's rivers. Using these ancient highways to explore a destination is a quieter and more relaxing affair than the usual transport of planes, …

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Ten offbeat experiences on New Zealand’s South Island

Mountains, lakes and glaciers all conspire to make the South Island of New Zealand a superbly scenic stage for active adventure, but once you’ve bungy jumped, hiked and mountain biked to a stellar collection of souvenir T-shirts and DVDs, slow down with these equally engrossing alternative …

New Zealand

Lightning, Bay of Bengal

Bob Dylan moves into heavy metal (sculptures)

Mood Swings, an exhibition of iron sculptures made by Bob Dylan, opens in London in November<p>Seven gates welded out of vintage iron and other metals by <b>Bob Dylan</b>in his studio will be featured in a new exhibition in London opening in November 2013.<p>The sculptures, by the award-winning …

Analysis: Mercedes’ “Chicken” Commercial is a Pluckin’ Rip-Off – Feature

Just as it takes an engineering genius to create something as complex as Mercedes’ “Magic Body Control” (MBC) suspension, it also takes a marketing genius to explain it in a way that the common man can readily understand. Mercedes-Benz seemingly gets this. In its simplest terms, MBC uses a …

Piëch Surprises VW, Announces High-Performance Ducati-Powered XL1

It’s impossible to control an old warrior on a mission. That’s what Volkswagen’s PR team found out (again) when Ferdinand Piëch, the omnipotent head of the Volkswagen Group, transformed a lecture at the Technical University of Vienna into an announcement of an ultra-sporty version of the XL1 …

A87, Invergarry to Uig, UK

28 Sep<p>Great Roads<br>• |<br>• Josh Barnett<br>• |<p><i>This Great Road, originally written by Ali Cusick, was featured in issue 89 of Total 911.</i><p>When it comes to open roads, …