Visiting the highest trig pillar in Worcestershire on The Malvern Hills
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.
Longer days mean you have to get up early to catch stunning sunrise views, like this photo from the Peak District, submitted by Ian Slade
This photo shows 'The Roaches', a prominent ridge that dominates the surrounding landscape, and has a popular footpath that runs along the ridgeline. As you can see, it can make for some dramatic photos, with views over the surrounding area.
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Ian is a photographer for 16 x 8 Photography and Outside The Nine to Five - you can find more of his work on his twitter feed. You can find out more about The Roaches from the GetOutside Local page to find route ideas, more images, places to stay and more.