Discover the routes from the May 2017 issue of Trail magazine with Ordnance Survey.
Wildboar Clough, Peak District
An engaging scramble, navigation challenge and return along the Pennine Way all makes for a brilliant day on Bleaklow.
Woodland Fell, Lake District
Explore little-frequented Woodland Fell, home to the delightful Beacon Tarn and a land of rugged slopes and rocky outcrops.
Honister to Buttermere, Lake District
Take a linear route over Haystacks and High Stile in search of great views and a hidden, rocky waterfall.
Snowdon's south ridge, Snowdonia
Avoid the masses with this absolute treat: one of the most exciting scrambly walks Wales' highest mountain has to offer.
Cat Bells & Maiden Moor, Lake District
An undiscovered Cat Bells? We may just have found a belter - but you'll definitely need a head for heights on steep, exposed ground!
North Jura Coast, Inner Hebrides
A bushwacking, bogtrotting exploration of the Isle of Jura's wild northern glens and coastline.
3 routes around Exmoor's coast
With its rugged coastline, windswept hills and peaceful valleys, Exmoor offers a bit of everything.
Click here for the Porlock to Foreland Point Ordnance Survey route
Click here for the Foreland Point & Brendon Common circular Ordnance Survey route
Click here for the Foreland Point back to Porlock Ordnance Survey route
3 routes around the Orkney Islands
The Old Man, creepy little Dwarfie and others all invite you aboard the Stromness Ferry.