On sale 8th August to 4th September
The Rock issue
Classic Summer Scrambles
Snowdonia 9 wild routes in Britain’s rockiest National Park
Lake District Tackle Englan’s longest scramble
Highlands Traverse Scotland’s “most rewarding ridge”
Yosemite Hike through California’s rock-climbing paradise
All of this and more can be found in the new September issue of the UK’s best-selling hillwalking magazine - on sale Thursday 8th August.
Inside the issue…
9 scrambles, 28 square miles, 1 National Park. With an almost indecent amount of rock on show and a glorious collection of routes located just a short drive from each other, north Wales is a true scrambler’s paradise.
Off the grid
Mountains don’t need to be smash-and-grab missions. Make a remote wild camp your base of operations to open up a whole world of silent hillsides and secluded scrambles.
A place of legendary natural beauty and a rock-climbing mecca, Yosemite National Park in California’s Sierra Nevada mountains is an outdoor adventurer’s dream. Here’s why you should add it to your hiking bucket list...
Fearless or Reckless?
Mountain Rescue receive over 3000 call-outs in the UK each year, with volunteers giving up more than 100,000 hours of their time to help people in the hills. But could those statistics, and mountain accidents in general, be reduced if we all understood the risks a little better?
Ingleborough isn’t the highest of the Yorkshire Three Peaks, but it is by far the best loved. Why? We’re about to find out...
Journey To Holy Island
Trail columnist, hill history buff and new mum Mary-Ann Ochota takes a multi-generational pilgrimage across the English-Scottish border.