Trail magazine - November 2019 issue

On sale 3rd October to 30th October


Wild Wales

Top trails, hidden wonders:

  • Summits

  • Waterfalls

  • Forests

  • Ridges

  • Horseshoes

  • Lakes

  • Valleys

All of this and more can be found in the new November issue of the UK’s best-selling hillwalking magazine - on sale Thursday 3rd October.

Inside the issue…

Stairway to heaven

The Watkin Path could well be the most adventurous walking route up Snowdon, while the South Ridge serves up the best descent,
but it’s the bit in the middle where the magic happens.

Water World

Engage your imagination and experience the Welsh mountains from a different perspective, with one droplet’s epic ride down Pistyll Rhaeadr.


The best of the Brecon Beacons in 6 walks

They’re the highest peaks in southern Britain, and some of the most beautiful mountains you’ll find anywhere in the world. Here’s how to see the best of the Brecon Beacons.

The path of the dead.

Why a path carved for corpses is perfect walking terrain for the living...


Fixing the fairy hill

Schiehallion is one of Scotland’s best-known peaks, and one of the world’s most important mountains. Contour lines were famously invented on its slopes, and today it serves as a beacon of hope for successful upland conservation.

Fit for a king

The Galloway Hills of south-west Scotland are perfect if you’re escaping 2000 armed men and
a bloodhound, and pretty good even if you aren’t.



Know-how, gear, and routes

All this and more in the November issue of Trail magazine
on sale 03.10.19