Evening photos: Walking trails in Britain

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.

Snowdonia_3225065kBochlwyd Horseshoe, Snowdonia, Wales. Distance: four miles. Details: Involves a Grade-1 scramble that brings you to the summit of Glyder Fach. Picture: FLPA/REX

Howgill-FellsAP281_3286291kThe 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

Scottish-Highlands_3227716kBen Lui, Scottish Highlands. Distance: 11 miles. Details: One of the shapeliest and most underrated mountains in Scotland. Picture: WestEnd61/REX

Weymouth-Swanage_3225061kWeymouth to Swanage, Dorset. Distance: 27 miles. Details: A superb section of coastline that throws up some stunning geological oddities. Picture: F1 Online/REX

Forcan-Ridge-BPTC0_3286292kThe 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

Coniston_3286293kThe 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