Here you’ll find all the routes featured in the most recent issue of Trail magazine. You can view the routes on the OS Maps website and, if you’re an OS Maps Premium subscriber, overlay them on 1:25,000 Explorer or 1:50,000 Landranger leisure mapping.
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Route 1: Glen Shiel Ridge, Highlands
If you’re a Munro-bagger looking for an epic day out, then this Highlands ridge could be perfect for you.
Route 2: The Dragon’s Back Ridge, Peak District
Enjoy the Peak District’s only ‘true peaks’ on this classic ridge, taking in rugged and often exposed high-level paths.
Route 3: Helvellyn via Striding Edge, Lake District
Prepare to experience one of the Lake District’s classic scrambling routes.
Route 4: Malvern Hills, Malverns
One of the best mini-mountain ridgelines in the UK beckons above the Severn Valley on a linear route from railway station to railway station.
Route 5: Cadair Berwyn, North Wales
Follow this route and you’ll be climbing the highest peaks in Wales outside of the national parks.
Route 6: Skiddaw by Longside Edge, Lake District
Eager to avoid the tourist route up from Keswick? Climb Skiddaw via the Longside Edge ridge – undoubtedly the best way up the Lake District giant.
Routes 7, 8 & 9: Ultimate Weekend – Skye & Raasay, Isle of Skye
Head up to these Scottish islands to enjoy a long walk through the rolling hills of the Trotternish Ridge then relax on Raasay.
Routes 10, 11 & 12: Ultimate Weekend – Ullswater skyline, Lake District
Unmissable, uncompromising, upwardly mobile; let’s explore the Lake District’s Ullswatershed.