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One Minute Mountain: Ben Macdui

Home of Scotland's answer to the Yeti, our second highest mountain is second to none in terms of scale and sub-arctic atmosphere...

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Mini Guide: The Carneddau

The Carneddau are Wales' answer to the Cairngorms - a harsh and beautiful plateau of peaks just built for ranging across. Dan Aspel has the lowdown on this expanse of Welsh high ground.

Photo Feature: Trekking in Tajikistan

Jan Bakker, co-author of the first English guide to Tajikistan, shares some photos of this spectacular country. Looks like we have a new entry on the bucket list...

Scotland's 10 Toughest Munros?

There may be an easy path up most 3000 footers, but some are a lot more challenging. From airy scrambles to remote summits that need real determination, here are some of the toughest ticks on the list

One Minute Mountain: Schiehallion

What To Do When It Rains In: Ambleside

Canigou - Catalonia's Mountain

Mini Guide: Glen Coe

One Minute Mountain: Ben Nevis

Classic Scramble - Cam Crag Ridge

Classic Scramble - The Forcan Ridge

The Assynt Traverse


Dolomites - Ski Mountaineering and Snowshoeing

The Dolomites boast one of the largest pisted ski areas in Europe: The 'Sella Ronda' - a circular network of lifts and pistes that can be completed in either direction around the Sella Massif is particularly popular and draws thousands of visitors every...

The Ridges of Norway's Jotunheim

Majestic and adventurous, the Jotunheim mountains are the true alpine peaks of Norway. If long sharp ridges are your thing, the area is a goldmine. Let local expert Jamie Simpson be your guide...

An Teallach in Winter

It's the greatest mainland ridge traverse, reckons Dan Bailey. For best results save An Teallach for a flawless winter forecast.

Grade I Winter: 12 Must-Do Routes

You don't have to be a beginner to enjoy a classic grade I. From easy snow gullies in grand settings to famously airy ridges, these are some of the greatest days out in the winter hills.

Britain's Best Grade 1 Scrambles

Cordillera Real, Bolivian Andes: High Altitude for Beginners

10 Great Walks in and Around the Mournes

Bothies by Bike - Eight of the Best

Ten Best Bothies for Beginners

Snowdonia's Top 10 Scrambles - Probably

The Dolomites - Via Ferrata

How to Walk the Cape Wrath Trail