Discover the routes from the September 2018 issue of Trail magazine with Ordnance Survey
Aonach Eagach, West Highlands
Scotland’s most thrilling scramble traverse – a Grade 2 route along a knife-edge arête – offers the very best views of Glencoe.
Sgurr Alasdair, Isle of Skye
The beauty and drama of the Cuillin Ridge draws people from far and wide. Sample its delights with a route to the highest peak.
Snowdon via Crib Goch, Snowdonia
What do you get if you combine Wales’ highest peak with its most dramatic ridge? Snowdonia’s finest mountain day.
Jack’s Rake, Lake District
If you’re looking to add a touch of adventure and adrenaline to your Langdale Pikes hike, look no further than Jack’s Rake.
Two routes in The Black Mountains Bothy, Breacon Beacons
Escape the crowds in the rolling hills of the Black Mountains with an overnight trip to a splendid little bothy.
Three routes on The Pennine Way, North Yorkshire
Wainwright’s Pennine journey got this bit wrong! It’s a high-level leisurely pub-to-pub walk with a proper excuse to stop at the famous Tan Hill Inn!