Trail magazine April 2017 download routes

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


Ullscarf, Lake District

Here's a lesser-known route with awesome views and a fascinating hidden crag standing proud above a lonely valley.

Click here for the Ullscarf Ordnance Survey route


Hopegill Head, Lake District

This round of high, craggy summits is a fine way to explore Lakeland's forested north-west.

Click here for the Hopegill Head Ordnance Survey route


Moelwynion, Snowdonia

Here's a short but entirely rewarding journey over the northern Moelwynion peaks.

Click here for the Moelwynion Ordnance Survey route
 


Wild Boar Fell, Yorkshire Dales

Let your imagination run wild on this recent addition to the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Click here for the Wild Boar Fell Ordnance Survey route


Curbar & Froggatt, Peak District

The Peak District is rightly famous for its glorious gritstone edges - discover some of the best.

Click here for the Curbar & Froggatt Ordnance Survey route


Dun da Ghaoithe, Isle of Mull

Enjoy spectacular sea views and fine ridges on a great circular route of Mull's second highest peak.

Click here for the Dun da Ghaoithe Ordnance Survey route


3 routes around the Shelter Stone, Cairngorms

This iconic boulder provides a unique and dramatic camp in the majestic landscape around Loch Avon.

Click here for the Ben Macdui & Beinn Mheadhoin Ordnance Survey route

Click here for the Shelter Stone Crag Ordnance Survey route

Click here for the Coire Raibeirt & Cairn Gorm Ordnance Survey route


3 routes from Knighton, Mid Wales

Here's an 'Offa' you can't refuse, involving moorland, rolling hiescarpments and historic drove tracks.

Click here for the Offa's Dyke & Llanfair Hill Ordnance Survey route

Click here for the Beacon Hill Ordnance Survey route

Click here for the Stow Hill Ordnance Survey route


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