Trail magazine – the October 2022 issue

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See what's inside the new October 2022 issue of Trail - the UK's best-selling hillwalking and hiking magazine

Articles in this issue of Trail magazine...

This is typical of the terrain on the Aonach Eagach ridge. If it gets your thrill buds twitching with anticipation, you should probably pay it a visit.

"Aonach Eagach is touted as the most thrilling ridge scramble on mainland Britain, and it certainly has the qualities to match that claim. It’s epically long, terrifyingly narrow, and spiked with ‘crazy pinnacles’. But it also has teeth, and if you don’t watch it closely, it might just bite."

With their casualty safely on board, the helicopter leaves the ridge, rises above Glen Coe, and heads for Fort William hospital.

"Hopefully you already know how to call Mountain Rescue, but what actually happens when you do? While enjoying a magnificent day on the Aonach Eagach, we found out..."


A supermarket meal deal is more likely to be the sustenance of choice for a day of adventure, yet with a few additions to the rucksack these can be replaced with something far more appetising.<br>

Trail spends a day with Lakeland local Harrison Ward, an outdoor cook who specialises in whipping up high-quality meals in high and wild locations. Here he shows you how to do the same…

The gloriousUllswater valley in perfect Lake District conditions, with Place Fell and its western slopes plunging down to the lake in deep shadow.&nbsp;

"Often it’s less about the peak you’re climbing and more about the landscape around it that makes a mountain route so special. So join us for a lakeside walk to rival anything in Britain, right in the heart of England’s busiest National Park."


On the upper reaches of the Fox’s Path nearing the summit of Cadair Idris, Llyn y Gadair below and the sea shimmering in the distance.

"Some mountains just demand to be climbed, but there’s an elite class of peaks that deserve much more attention. Welcome to the world of Cadair Idris."

Above Italy’s Marmolda glacier, looking towards the mountain’s summit.

"The recent and devastating glacier collapse on Marmolada is just one effect of global heating which is already irreversibly changing the mountains. But what is this a sign of, and what does it mean for the future?"


Also in this issue of Trail magazine...

Tips, skills and know-how, in-depth expert gear advice, and mapped mountain routes for you to explore

Skills and tips to get you hiking like a pro; new gear releases and trusted reviews; mountain routes to walk, scramble and backpack.

And much, much more...

Information, inspiration, and mountains galore can be found in the new issue of Trail magazine.

You can find all of this and more in the new September issue of Trail magazine - the UK’s best-selling hillwalking publication. On sale from Thursday 4th August.


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