On sale 6th September to 3rd October
Britain's Highest Walks
History At Height - retracing one of the Lakes' most intrepid walks 200 years on.
Peak District Badlands - exploring the ill-famed Saddleworth Moor.
Cool Ascents - why ghyll scrambling is the most fun thing you'll do this year
The wildest sleep ever - canoes, Highland lochs, islands = paradise found.
All of this and more can be found in the new October issue of Trail magazine - on sale Thursday 6th September.
Two centuries ago this very month, Wordsworth made a daring climb of Scafell Pike. But there’s a twist in the tale that deserves a closer look.
across the divide
On the border with England and Wales there is a landmark hill. As it turns out, as well as signposting something magnificent, it’s quite special in itself…
An Uphill Paddle
It’s hot, you’re sticky, and the clear flowing water of that cascading stream is oh so tempting. There’s never been a better time to go ghyll scrambling...
In the north-west of our island is a loch. Within that loch is an island. Within that island is a lochan. And within that lochan is an island. An island in a lochan in an island in a loch in an island. And somewhere, amid all that, is a piece of heaven.
The summer’s fires on Saddleworth Moor are the latest in a line of dark events to befall this wild place. Trail takes a walk amongst it and asks whether a place can ever transcend the sins of its past…