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Discover great outdoor activity ideas and detailed routes to follow around the UK for all types of adventurers.
Start exploring the Munros with this 9 mile walk around the highest point, Beinn Ime.
Discover the beautiful gorge at the Birks of Aberfeldy immortalised in the poem by Burns
Perfect as a walk or run and great for families, this Peak District route is easy to follow with stunning views from the popular Mam Tor.
The North Barrule trig pillar is on the Isle of Man and is at the end of a lovely ridge with many false summits.
This Dartmoor National Park route is full of interest and when you reach Three Barrows, you'll find a peaceful spot; it is easy to see why Bronze Age man chose to spend eternity there!
April 2016 is the 80th anniversary of the trig pillar. To mark the occasion Dan Grant walks to the highest trig pillar in Worcestershire on The Malvern Hills.
Crossing the Black Mountains, starting at Pandy and moving on to Hay-on-Wye, the route has incredible views and a line of trig points ending in one decorated with a Welsh dragon.
This walk has a little of everything, from country lanes, beautiful views across Morecambe Bay, and a gradual climb to Brigg Common for a 360 degree view of the sea and the Lake District.
Tackling one of Wales' 15 big peaks with views across Snowdonia, Anglesey and Liverpool Bay from the Foel Fras trig pillar.
Take in the trig point on top of the brilliantly named Doughnot Hill in the Kilpatrick Hills north of Glasgow.
Get the sense of adventure and solitude and see many aspects of Snowdon across the day. You’ll see amazing waterfalls, rocks, old settlements, ridge lines and of course, the famous summit trig pillar!
A serious challenge, trig 642 is, despite its modest height, quite possibly one of the most demanding trig pillars to bag, if you stay true to the way it would be reached if you were on Special Forces 'Selection'.