Trail magazine – the November 2022 issue

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

The front cover of the November 2022 issue of Trail magazine

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

Photo Competition

Pick your winner! Trail's 2022 UK Mountain Photo of the Year

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Trail’s 2022 UK Mountain Photo of the Year competition has now closed for entries – and here is our final shortlist of 15 stunning images. Vote for your favourite today at livefortheoutdoors.com/mountainphoto

Trail’s 2022 UK Mountain Photo of the Year competition has now closed for entries – and here is our final shortlist of 15 stunning images. Vote for your favourite today at livefortheoutdoors.com/mountainphoto

Lake District

Cumbria Confidential

Descending from Pillar’s summit towards Pillar Rock, looking out over the empty green valley of Ennerdale.

'Bored of Blencathra? Fed up of Fairfield Horseshoe? Sick of the Scafells? It’s time to ditch the classics and take on some secretive and lesser-known, but equally epic, Lake District routes.'

James Forrest

Peak District

The Kinder Clamber

Some of the scrambling manoeuvres on (and indeed in) the Peak District tors are best described as ‘unorthodox’.

Mountaineering in the Peak District? Is it even possible? Well, not only is it possible, it’s recommended. You just have to use your imagination, see things in a different way, and take an altogether alternative approach.

Simon Stokes

Snowdonia

Journey Through Time

The grandstand view of the Ogwen Valley from the north-east ridge of Y Garn, the fin of Tryfan’s shadowy profile centre-stage.

Walk in the footsteps of legends, among the superstars of Snowdonia, on a high-level circular route of discovery above
Cwm Idwal.

Jenna Maryniak

Mountain Lives

Over the Hill

As 82-year-old Nick Gardner strode onto the summit of Cairn Gorm, 150 people were waiting for him at the top, lifting their poles to form a long archway to the summit cairn.<br>

Munro ‘compleater’ Nick Gardner talks to Trail about hillwalking in his 80s and how the hills have helped him process his grief. 

Sarah Ryan

Mountain Moments

The Lost Ones

Monochrome magic – Ben Macdui in the Cairngorms, the Ring of Steall in the Mamores, and the Lake District's Bow Fell

In over 25 years as Trail’s photographer, Tom Bailey has captured a treasure trove of mountain images. And yet this atmospheric black and white collection has remained hidden from view. Until now... 

Tom Bailey

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 November issue of Trail magazine - the UK’s best-selling hillwalking publication. On sale from Thursday 29th September.

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