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Route 1: Cadair Idris, Snowdonia
Fancy bagging a classic Snowdonia summit while avoiding the most popular paths? This route promises a memorable day with a serene start and finish.
Route 2: Scafell Pike via Lingmell, Lake District
Take a less-trodden route in the Lake District on to England’s highest peak and bag an extra Wainwright along the way.
Route 3: Welsh 3000s – 15 peaks, Snowdonia
For regular mountain go-ers this day route in northern Snowdonia takes in all the area’s highest summits; in one sweeping and beautiful long day.
Route 4: Carrauntoohil, Ireland
Book the ferry, pack your bags, load the car and hit the road to climb Ireland’s highest mountain.
Route 5: Aonach Eagach, Glen Coe
Test both your mettle and your downclimbing skills in Glen Coe on one of Britain’s greatest mountain ridges.
Route 6: Langdale horseshoe, Lake District
Enough of this hill-bagging – let’s bag a whole valley on a circular route around the Lake District’s Great Langdale.
Routes 7, 8 & 9: Ultimate Weekend – Paddy Buckley highlights, Snowdonia
Explore the highlights of this extensive Snowdonia roller coaster route for an adventurous backpacking journey.
Routes 10, 11 & 12: Ultimate Weekend – Cape Wrath backpacking, North-West Highlands
Explore the quiet, green valley at the western edge of Scotland’s Southern Uplands.