Scrambling is ideal for those of you who like to get your hands dirty when out in the hills.
And Britain is full of great scrambles if you know where to look.
Below are five routes that all feature scrambling to a certain degree - some of them grade one scrambling, others much harder.
You must always have the appropriate equipment when attempting these routes because they are tough and potentially dangerous.
And at this time of year they turn into winter climbs and you'll need winter climbing experience to attempt any of them until the weather warms up again.
But if approached properly these climbs are all very rewarding and great fun...
THE LAKE DISTRICT - The Langdales
Plenty of Grade 3 scrambling in one of the most popular regions of the Lakeland fells. This workout includes a descent of Jack's Rake but you can expect to see very few people along this route. DOWNLOAD IT HERE
SNOWDONIA - The Glyders
A classic scramble up the north face of Tryfan is followed by rocky ridges and jagged pinnacles of the likes of Glyder Fach, Glyder Fawr and Y Garn. DOWNLOAD IT HERE
SNOWDONIA - Carnedd Dafydd
This is a perfect mountain to introduce you to scrambling. It's an adventorous, rocky Snowdonia classic and you climb from the Cwm Llafar valley. DOWNLOAD IT HERE
HIGHLANDS - Stob Dearg
A breathtaking setting but this requires experience and nerve. This is a technically difficult climb and anyone attempting it needs to take good care. DOWNLOAD IT HERE
HIGHLANDS - Suilven
If you're in the Highlands and want outstanding beauty without the fear factor then this route's perfect. Suilven's an iconic mountain and features great scrambling as you approach the summit. DOWNLOAD IT HERE