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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

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One Minute Mountain: Schiehallion

Dan Bailey celebrates the attraction of the graceful Fairy Hill...

What To Do When It Rains In: Ambleside

If bad weather is keeping you off the summits then why not do something less miserable? From gear shops to sightseeing, every mountain centre has wet weather options. Here are Ambleside's.

Canigou - Catalonia's Mountain

The closest of the high Pyrenees to the Mediterranean coast, this spectacular peak is an ideal objective for UK walkers in search of bigger things, says Dan Bailey

Mini Guide: Glen Coe

One Minute Mountain: Ben Nevis

Classic Scramble - Cam Crag Ridge

Classic Scramble - The Forcan Ridge

The Assynt Traverse

10 Great Walks in and Around the Mournes

Mini Guide: Langdale

The Big Routes: South Cluanie Ridge


The Dolomites - Via Ferrata

Located in northern Italy and with a unique mix of Italian and Austrian culture, the Dolomites has the highest concentration of via ferrata in the world, boasting some 170 historic routes. James Rushforth takes us through his pick of the best via...

Snowdonia's Top 10 Scrambles - Probably

Snowdonia is packed with stunning scrambling. Here are the top ten routes as chosen by Carl McKeating and Rachel Crolla, co-authors of the new edition of Steve Ashton's classic guide Scrambles in Snowdonia.

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.

10 Great Walks in and Around the Mournes

Guidebook author Adrian Hendroff describes ten of his favourite walks in the Mourne and Cooley Mountains, a spectacular corner of Northern Ireland that's too often overlooked.

The Ridges of Norway's Jotunheim

Ten Best Bothies for Beginners

How to Walk the Cape Wrath Trail

An Teallach in Winter

Britain's Best Grade 1 Scrambles

Bothies by Bike - Eight of the Best

Cordillera Real, Bolivian Andes: High Altitude for Beginners

Dolomites - Ski Mountaineering and Snowshoeing