Trek & Mountain // Issue 92

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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.

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    Issue 92
    Publication Date: 27 June 2019

    INSIDE ISSUE 92...


    FEATURES

    Great British Mountain Days: Outside Edge and the Nantlle Ridge
    Alun Richardson follows in the footsteps of climbing pioneer John Menlove Edwards on this Great British Mountain Day on the Nantlle Ridge in Snowdonia, North Wales…

    Cover Feature: Your First Alpine North Face
    Kingsley Jones explains why north faces aren’t just the preserve of elite mountaineers, and introduces 10 north face routes in the Alps that, with a little experience, you could consider trying…

    Quest into the Unknown
    He invented the sit harness, and was in the team that made the first British ascent of the Troll Wall – in an extract from his new autobiography, ‘Quest into the Unknown’, Tony Howard describes travelling through the Western Ghats in India…

    British Alpinism: The Next Generation

    British alpinism is alive and well, with a younger generation of climbers putting up, or repeating, hard alpine routes around the world – Will Harris profiles some of the most active characters, and also gives a nod to the ‘old timers’ who are still doing great things…

    GEAR

    First Look: Lowe Alpine Altus 42:47
    Jon Doran tests out an all-round mountain pack that’ll work as a daysack but has enough capacity and comfort for multi-day adventures too...

    Group Test: Lightweight Backpacking Sacks

    In this month’s Group Test, we check out 12 lightweight packs between 45L and 60L that are suited to long days in the trail over multiple days

    Tested: Gregory Miwock 12
    A versatile, low-capacity multi-sport pack with a twist in the form of an adjustable back – but how does it perform?

    Tested: Rab Kinetic Alpine Jacket
    A new softshell jacket that offers excellent breathability and waterproofness – have Rab discovered the Holy Grail?

    Tested: Patagonia Capilene Cool Lightweight Tee

    The latest Capilene tech baselayer with Polygiene odour control

    Tested: Leki Black Series Micro Vario Carbon Poles
    Seriously light carbon trekking poles with a clever locking system

    Six of the Best: Stoves
    Gas, multi-fuel, solid fuel... we pick out six different stoves for six different occasions

    SKILLS & ADVICE

    Knowledge: What is an IFMGA Guide?
    What is an IFMGA guide, when do you need one, and how do you become one? James Thacker has the answers...

    Training Days: Walking Awards, part 2

    Glenmore Lodge’s Al Halewood explains the role of the Lowland Leader and discusses the skills you need to become one

    Workshop: Kitcare, part 5 – Tents  

    It’s your home from home and a vital piece of kit to keep you safe in the mountains – Ryan Waters continues his series with some advice on looking after your tent

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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.

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