Ben Nevis via Carn Mor Dearg, Scottish Highlands. Distance: 10¼ miles. Details: The finest route to the top of Ben Nevis. This is for experienced mountain climbers who don’t fear the odd scramble, mountain paths cover the majority of the route.
Bochlwyd Horseshoe, Snowdonia, Wales. Distance: four miles. Details: Involves a Grade-1 scramble that brings you to the summit of Glyder Fach. Picture: FLPA/REX
The Calf & Cautley Spout, Howgill Fells, Cumbria. Distance: 11½ miles. Details: Climb approximately 562 metres to visit the highest waterfall in the UK, views are spectacular and the area is peaceful and quite wild. Picture: AP/ Fotolia
Ben Lui, Scottish Highlands. Distance: 11 miles. Details: One of the shapeliest and most underrated mountains in Scotland. Picture: WestEnd61/REX
Weymouth to Swanage, Dorset. Distance: 27 miles. Details: A superb section of coastline that throws up some stunning geological oddities. Picture: F1 Online/REX
The Saddle via Forcan Ridge, Northwest Highlands Distance: Eight miles. Details: Great views into Knoydart, to the Five Sisters of Kintail and over the sea to Skye as you scramble over the the Highlands. Picture: F1 Online/REX
The Coniston Round, Lake District. Distance: 14 miles Deatils: Head in a clockwise direction to catch the morning light. Routes selected in 2010 by Matt Swaine, then editor of ‘Trail’ magazine. Picture: F1 Online/REX