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Trail June 2018

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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team trail’s month

Simon Ingram gets his boots on and limbers up for the new Lake District Three Peaks challenge p28 Twitter @MrSimonIngram Sarah Ryan goes on the trail of the animal fells of the Lakes – and comes up with a new tick-list with a fun twist... p42 Jenna Maryniak spends a ghostly night wild camping on a Lakeland summit to discover whether there’s any truth in local hearsay p50 Ben Weeks has some scrambly fun in the northwest Highlands of Scotland on a mountain that punches above its height p70 Twitter @gingerheadben…

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welcome to june 2018

‘Nature bathing.’ This is a new, old thing, apparently. Nothing to do with taking your clothes off, so don’t panic. It’s to do with the ancient (well, 1980) Japanese art of shinrin-yoku, or ‘nature therapy’, which now everyone is all excited about because it’s been ‘scientifically proven that spending time outdoors in nature improves your health’. Splendid, but hmm. I don’t want to be a bore, but haven’t we, dear Trail reader, known this for years? Honestly, there is no telling some people. Never mind! What treatments have we in the issue for you to immerse yourself in this month? Will it be a wild camp on Souther Fell looking for a ghost army? An 18-mile jaunt around the Lake District’s most sumptuous splendour? A little mountain with a big…

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mynydd drws-y-coed snowdonia

What do you mean you’ve never heard of Mynydd Drws-y-coed? To be fair, it is only a subsidiary top of a marginally higher peak, Trum y Ddysgl. What? You’ve not heard of that either? Crumbs, this is hard work. OK, what about the Nantlle Ridge? Aha! Is that a flicker of recognition in your eyes? Yes, the Nantlle Ridge is a compact chain of mountains which snakes south-west from the peak of Y Garn above the village of Rhyd Ddu, finishing 9km later on Mynydd Graig Goch above the village of Nebo in the Nantlle Valley – the highest point being Craig Cwm Silyn roughly halfway along it. So, given that it’s neither the start or finish peak, nor the highest on the ridge, and only a subsidiary peak itself,…

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capel curig

1 For the mountains If you’re exploring the peaks of northern Snowdonia there is no better base than Capel Curig. The Snowdon massif cuts a fine figure on the horizon when seen across the double lake of Llynnau Mymbyr and is only a short distance away along the A4086. Alternatively, stay on the A5 and the Ogwen Valley with Tryfan, the Glyders and the Carneddau is there for the taking. Or set out to climb Moel Siabod, the mountain that looms over Capel Curig as the guardian of the village. The Conwy Tourism website perhaps sums up Capel Curig best when it exclaims that ‘mountains are its raison d’être’. 2 For new skills and experiences Want to improve your navigation? How about trying rock climbing? Thinking about taking your Mountain Leader training? Or…

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what say you?

Brian Taylor “I did a Hill Skills course at Plas Y Brenin. It was amazing to see all the different courses that were on offer, and a privilege to meet so many like-minded people in one place.” Joe Breen “Do Moel Siabod via the derelict slate mines and Daear Ddu Ridge.” Leigh Wrona “If you’re lucky enough to get one of the huts at Garth Farm you’ll be in for an amazing time!” Natalie Insall “Moel Siabod is a must – with a big slice of cake at the Moel Siabod Café afterwards!” Jonny Allen “Stayed at Bryn Tyrch Farm campsite – small but has all you need. Ate at the excellent Bryn Tyrch Inn.” Nick King “Always camp at Dol Gam. A fantastic location with an iconic view of Moel Siabod. And I love…

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increased pen-y-pass parking charges expanded

Snowdonia National Park uthority recently increased harges across its car parks. While income from parking helps fund the maintenance of Snowdonia’s paths and facilities, the new fees at the en-y-Pass car park have aised eyebrows. Situated t the top of the Llanberis ass, the car park is at the start of two of Snowdon’s most popular routes, the Miners’ and Pyg Tracks, hence is nearly always busy and regularly full. It is also often the only choice for visitors staying at the YHA Snowdon Pen-y-Pass hostel opposite the car park. However, new overnight charges will add an extra cost to those requiring 24-hour parking. In addition to the existing £10 charge between 8.30am and 6.30pm, a new charge of £10 has been introduced between 6.30pm and 8.30am the next morning. Day…