Trail magazine June 2017 download routes

Discover the routes from the June 2017 issue of Trail magazine with Ordnance Survey.

Hart SIde, Lake District

Need some space? Discover a remote Wainwright summit amidst wilderness country where you will see few other walkers.

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The Stiperstones, Shropshire

Head off to The Bog and explore a series of rocky outcrops in the heart of Shropshire's secret hills.

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Southern Snowdon Horseshoe, Snowdonia

Check out Wales' main attraction using some quieter ascents and descents to enjoy Yr Wyddfa's fine ridges and peaks.

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Moel Hebog, Snowdonia

Sitting in the shadow of Snowdon, this great little mountain is often overlooked, but it's a quiet, fun climb and simply can't be missed.

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Ben Loyal, North Highlands

Visit a royal hill in Scotland's far north renowned for its queens, castles and - possibly - hidden treasure.

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Esk Pike & Bow Fell, Lake District

The forgotten fell, by a route nobody but you has ever been on (perhaps). Scramble the rocky side of Esk Pike then on to Bow Fell.

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2 routes around the Isle of Skye

These routes are among the greatest hands-on days in Scotland - perfect prep for a Cuillin ridge traverse.

Click here for the Pinnacle Ridge, Sgurr nan Gillean Ordnance Survey route
Click here for the Clach Glas-Blabheinn Traverse Ordnance Survey route

3 days from North to West across the Lake District

Discover a fabulous high-level wild camping route across the Lakes, rarely dropping below 500m in 50km.

Click here for the Keswick to Ullscarf Ordnance Survey route
Click here for the Ullscarf to Illgill Head Ordnance Survey route
Click here for the Illgill Head to Ravenglass Ordnance Survey route

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Trail magazine May 2017 download routes

Discover the routes from the May 2017 issue of Trail magazine with Ordnance Survey.


Wildboar Clough, Peak District

An engaging scramble, navigation challenge and return along the Pennine Way all makes for a brilliant day on Bleaklow.

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Woodland Fell, Lake District

Explore little-frequented Woodland Fell, home to the delightful Beacon Tarn and a land of rugged slopes and rocky outcrops.

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Honister to Buttermere, Lake District

Take a linear route over Haystacks and High Stile in search of great views and a hidden, rocky waterfall.

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Snowdon's south ridge, Snowdonia

Avoid the masses with this absolute treat: one of the most exciting scrambly walks Wales' highest mountain has to offer.

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Cat Bells & Maiden Moor, Lake District

An undiscovered Cat Bells? We may just have found a belter - but you'll definitely need a head for heights on steep, exposed ground!

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North Jura Coast, Inner Hebrides

A bushwacking, bogtrotting exploration of the Isle of Jura's wild northern glens and coastline.

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Trail magazine Spring 2017 download routes

Discover the routes from the Spring 2017 issue of Trail magazine with Ordnance Survey.


High Pike, Lake District

The Northern Fells are all mine. That is to say, lead mine, tungsten mine, silver mine...

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Rosthwaite Fell, Lake District

It's tempting to pund past hills en route to a more famous mountain. But slow down to savour this classically proportioned fell.

Click here for the Hopegill Head Ordnance Survey route


Iron Crag, Lake District

Set off on unchartered territory on a circuit above Ennerdale to visit a fell Wainwright missed out in his guides.

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Twmpa, Black Mountains

Quiet with fantastic views and beautiful valleys, the Black Mountains are a great place to explore.

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The Cobbler, South Highlands

Go Alpine, Arrochar-style, to a peak that's been attracting walkers for well over a century.

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Bynack More, Cairngorms

A simple ascent onto Bynack More and a challenging return through Strath Nethy highlight the diversity of the Cairngorms.

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3 routes from Killin, South Highlands

Stunning Scottish countryside and some pleasantly challenging terrain done three ways.

Click here for the Tarmachan Ridge Ordnance Survey route

Click here for the Meall Corranaich Ordnance Survey route

Click here for the Ben Lawers Ordnance Survey route


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