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Trail November 2019

If you love to sling on a backpack, head for the hills and do some wild camping, Trail Magazine is for you. Each issue is packed with: - Routes with full OS mapping - Reviews of the latest outdoor kit - The UK’s best outdoor writing - Exclusive picture and video content As the UK’s biggest and best-selling hillwalking magazine, we specialize in the most beautiful, most spectacular and most challenging regions of Britain and Europe – and inform you about all the tools you need to explore them. If you want adventure you’ll love Trail, and Trail will love you.

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the wonder of wales

For staunch lovers of the Lake District, sometimes it’s hard to truly explain the appeal of hillwalking in Wales. Too wet, too grey, not enough nice pubs... these are just a clutch of common grumbles. Everyone knows it’s rough and ridgey, dramatic and slightly dangerous, but otherwise they’re blissfully ignorant to everything that makes it such a special place to explore on foot. What they really need to know is that – unless you want to head into deepest, darkest Scotland – this is probably the adventure capital of Britain. Jagged mountains with knife-edge arétes, green valleys with thundering waterfalls, sparkling llyns, thick forests, silent summits, and terrain that feels like it was geographically sculpted with walking boots in mind. You won’t find many chocolate-box villages, or gingerbread shops, or Beatrix…

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EDITORIAL Editor Oli Reed Deputy editor Jenna Maryniak Art editor Louise Parker Head of publishing Shane Collins Senior writer Ben Weeks Senior editorial assistant Sara Mattick Photographer Tom Bailey Technical editor Graham Thompson Map illustrator Steve Hall ADVERTISING Commercial manager Anna Skuse (468435) anna.skuse@bauermedia.co.uk Key account manager Joe Sheehan (366402) Classified sales Deanne Dwight (366384) MARKETING Marketing manager Holly Burdall (468111) Direct marketing manager Julie Spires (468164) Newsstand marketing Samantha Thompson (468128) PRODUCTION Print production Colin Robinson (468072) Ad production leisureads@bauermedia.co.uk (468772) Printers William Gibbons Distribution Frontline (555161) DIGITAL ISSUES Head of e-publishing Jim Foster Email: digitalmagazinesupport@bauermedia.co.uk H BAUER PUBLISHING Managing director Kim Slaney Editorial director June Smith-Sheppard Digital managing director Charlie Calton-Watson Group direct marketing manager Kim Slaney Chief financial officer Bauer Magazine Media Lisa Hayden CEO Bauer Publishing UK Rob Munro-Hall…

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pike of stickle

Sticking its head above the skyline on the left of this photo is one of the most recognisable landmarks in Lakeland. If you’ve ever driven into the National Park from the south, up Lake Windermere towards Ambleside on the A591, you’ll have seen it. Brooding in the distance, all dark, shadowy and angular. More commonly referred to as one of the Langdale Pikes – the popular and shapely collection of peaks it sits within – the Pike of Stickle’s rocky summit cone grows ever more impressive the closer you get. But to fully appreciate the sheerness of its crags and punchiness of its summit, you need to get high. And the best way to do that is by clambering over its near neighbours Crinkle Crags and Pike of Blisco, which…

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from west face to west end

Transcending the world of climbing like no other mountain survival story, Joe Simpson’s account of his near-death experience on Siula Grande in the Peruvian Andes sold well-over a million copies, has been translated into 20 languages, was converted into a BAFTA award-winning film – and now 34 years on is going to the West End. Received with five-star reviews, the play adaptation has astounded critics who were left “gripped” and “breathless” by this new perspective on Joe’s agonising escape from the clutches of the mountains after his climbing partner had to cut the rope connecting them and leave him for dead. Somehow bringing the icy landscape to life with tricks of perspective and lighting with dizzying realism, and with scenes from Joe’s imaginary wake at the Clachaig Inn in Glencoe, the…

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do it this month

• BE INSPIRED BY A LIVING LEGEND Sir Ranulph Fiennes is named the world’s greatest explorer by the Guinness Book of World Records. His endless outdoor achievements are the subject of his latest tour, where he’ll share the stories of his remarkable life. He’s touring in various places across the UK, with ticket prices starting at £25. fane productions.com/ranulphfiennes • HAVE A MOUNTAIN MOVIE NIGHT When you’re not in the mountains, you can still watch them on your screens. Inspire yourself with a mountain movie night with Netflix now showing Mountain , a film showcasing the world’s best summits. Also don’t miss The Dawn Wall , a film following climber Tommy Caldwell as he free climbs El-Capitan in Yosemite. • HELP SAVE AN ICONIC SNOWDONIAN HOSTEL The YHA is pleading for fundraisers to help save…

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joe simpson talks to trail

• ACCIDENTAL AUTHOR “I never meant to be a writer. I wrote Touching the Void because everyone was blaming Simon for cutting the rope. I thought I was writing a climbing book, but then it won two awards. At the time I was still recovering from my injuries – and just wanted get climbing again. But then came the film, and now a bloody play! It’s very odd.” • SURREAL EXPERIENCE “I didn’t really enjoy watching the play. It’s getting five-star reviews but it’s odd for me, like looking through several mirrors. As I can’t get my own experience of the story out of my head, it’s strange seeing others getting so involved.” • RELIVING THE FALL “Doctors say that after a traumatic event, telling the story again and again until it becomes a fiction…