Trek & Mountain // Issue 78

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The world's most impressive mountain ranges are the backdrop for all the reports, advice, and real-life stories you'll find in Trek & Mountain magazine. Whether you're choosing tents for your first Alpine trek or want some final pointers for a Himalayan expedition, you'll find plenty of wisdom to help you inside.

Their writers have summited an impressive collection of mountains themselves, and with a team including doctors, guidebook authors and even a few who've conquered Everest itself, you'll be getting expert advice on every aspect of your climb.

With a subscription, you'll get the benefit of all your fellow mountaineers' experiences, and enjoy incredible tales from the peaks that are sure to motivate you to aim even higher next time.

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    Issue 78
    Publication Date: 04 February 2017

    INSIDE ISSUE 78

    FEATURES
    Scottish Winter Classics

    With the help of our friends at Glenmore Lodge, we present a selection of uber-classic Scottish winter mountaineering routes that every reader should tick off, from winter walks up to grade IV climbs

    Winter in the Alps

    Will Harris gives an overview of the mountaineering activities possible in the Alps in winter, from valley ice climbing to multi-day winter alpinism

    The Interview: Pasang Lhamu Sherpa Akita

    Dan Aspel talks to one of the most inspiring figures of Nepal’s latest generation of mountaineers, who balances big mountain climbs with humanitarian relief work 

    Sierra High Route

    Want to hike the John Muir Trail but don’t fancy the crowds? The High Sierra Route in California’s Sierra Nevada mountains is a great – and more challenging – alternative, says Jonathan Smith

    SKILLS & ADVICE

     

    Knowledge: Avalanche Forecasts

    Being able to read a weather forecast and avalanche report is vital for your safety – we show you how

    Masterclass: Outdoor Photography, part 4

    Alun Richardson continues his series with a look at how to carry and protect your camera gear in the mountains

    Masterclass: Climbing Gullies

    Aspiring winter mountaineers will soon be taking on snow-filled gullies, and we show you the techniques you need to do it

    GEAR REVIEWS

    Key Product: Arc’teryx Procline Carbon Lite

    Skiing boot that climbs or mountaineering boot that skis? We try out Arc’teryx’s latest innovation in mountain footwear

    Group Test: Midweight Down Jackets

    An essential item in every outdoorist’s wardrobe, we test out 14 midweight down jackets from all the leading brands

    Tested: The North Face L5 Gore-Tex Shell

    A top-of-the-range mountain shell featuring FuseForm technology

    Tested: Petzl Reactik+

    A rechargeable, reactive headlamp that can be controlled by your smartphone

    Tested: Coleman FyreStorm

    A portable stove that features a built-in wind shield around its burner

    Gear Focus: Ski Touring

    We take a look at the latest and greatest gear for ski touring this season

    REGULARS

     

    Breaking Trail

    Our action-packed front section, including Expedition News (p12), Book of the Month (p12), Talks & Events (p14), Gadget of the Month (p14)

    Summit

    Got a great mountain photo and story to share? Then send ‘em in for a chance to win a year’s subscription to Trek & Mountain

    Trek Directory

    Looking to join a trek or expedition in 2017? Visit our directory of the leading trekking and expedition companies for inspiration


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About Trek & Mountain

  • From the publisher

    The world's most impressive mountain ranges are the backdrop for all the reports, advice, and real-life stories you'll find in Trek & Mountain magazine. Whether you're choosing tents for your first Alpine trek or want some final pointers for a Himalayan expedition, you'll find plenty of wisdom to help you inside.

    Their writers have summited an impressive collection of mountains themselves, and with a team including doctors, guidebook authors and even a few who've conquered Everest itself, you'll be getting expert advice on every aspect of your climb.

  • Why buy a subscription?

    With a subscription, you'll get the benefit of all your fellow mountaineers' experiences, and enjoy incredible tales from the peaks that are sure to motivate you to aim even higher next time.

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