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The Big Routes Suilven

The iconic peak of Scotland's far north, Suilven offers a thrilling ridge traverse in inspiringly wild surroundings. It's a route of fairly high mileage, says Dan Bailey, and some of the best fun to be had on any hill; but for maximum impact, bring a tent...


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Best The 10 Greatest Lake District Fells...?

If you had to narrow down the Lakeland fells to a desert island shortlist, the best of the best, which would be on it? Norman Hadley sees if two-hundred and fourteen into ten will go. 

Expedition Exmoor Coast Traverse - England's Best Kept Mountaineering Secret

Journeying through a largely hidden world at the base of England's biggest sea cliffs, where few ever tread and the tidal range is the second highest on the planet, the traverse of the Exmoor Coast is a unique multi-day...

Camping Ultralight Night on Gable

Norman Hadley takes backpack-free backpacking to extremes for an icy spring summit camp on Great Gable. In a tent weighing just 400g, and with some foil insulation sheet for luxury, how would he fare when the overnight temperature dropped to -7?

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Solo and Unsupported on the Cuillin Round

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Expedition Exmoor Coast Traverse - England's Best Kept Mountaineering Secret

Journeying through a largely hidden world at the base of England's biggest sea cliffs, where few ever tread and the tidal range is the second highest on the planet, the traverse of the Exmoor Coast is a unique multi-day...

Running Solo and Unsupported on the Cuillin Round

Covering 60 peaks in the Red and Black Cuillin, the Cuillin Round is an extraordinary hill running and scrambling challenge, to date completed by only a select few. Charlie Byers was inspired to try it solo and unsupported - a pure style, but hardly the easy...

Scrambling Classic Scramble - The Dubh Ridge

With acres of perfect slabs in a stunning island location, the Dubh Ridge isn't only one of the longest rock climbs in the UK, but also has to be among the most enjoyable at any grade. Dan Bailey and Nick Brown load up for an overnight trip to this laid-back...

Scrambling Classic Scramble - Liathach Traverse, Plus a Bit

How do you improve one of the great ridge traverses of Scotland? With a bonus extra hands-on start, says Dan Bailey.

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