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Classic Scramble - Cam Crag Ridge

With impeccable rock, interesting moves and an idyllic walk-in, Cam Crag Ridge is the perfect Lakeland hands-on day, says Jessie Leong


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Classic Scramble - The Forcan Ridge

One of Scotland's best scrambles, the Forcan Ridge has all the ingredients of a great day out, says James Roddie - outstanding views, engaging scrambling, a memorable crux and a Munro summit

The Assynt Traverse

With its island-like mountains, Assynt is unique. The traverse of all its major peaks would be several hard days for most walkers, but John Fleetwood chose to do it in one go. Why? Well the pictures speak for themselves...

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.

Mini Guide: Langdale

The Big Routes: South Cluanie Ridge

Classic Scramble - Pinnacle Ridge

The Ridges of Norway's Jotunheim

One Minute Mountain: Helvellyn

One Minute Mountain: Pillar

Mini Guide: Edale and Kinder Scout

One Minute Mountain: Snowdon


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Ten Best Bothies for Beginners

Fancy your first bothy night, but unsure which to pick? Here Geoff Allan, author of The Scottish Bothy Bible, offers a selection of the most beginner-friendly bothies.

Bothies by Bike - Eight of the Best

Geoff Allan is working through every MBA-maintained bothy in Scotland on a combination of public transport and bike. He is currently completing a book about his favourites. Some bothies are best accessed on two wheels, he reckons, and here are a few of his...

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.

How to Walk the Cape Wrath Trail

The Cape Wrath Trail is the wildest and toughest long-distance hike in the UK. It's also arguably the best. Alex Roddie walked it solo this summer; here are his top tips for success.

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