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The current issue of Trek & Mountain is the Jan/Feb 2019 edition, and this is available to buy in newsagents, by mail order at Select Magazines or as a download via the Trek & Mountain app.

For a full description of this edition’s contents, keep scrolling! 

FEATURES

Sketches Of Spain
The Los Tres Miles is a tough, week-long trek in a remote corner of Europe – David Lintern wonders why it’s not better known

Cover Feature: Cairngorm Winter Classics
With winter finally arriving, Will Harris picks out 20 classic winter routes in the Cairngorms and explains just why they are so good…

The Interview: Simon Yates
We talk to one of Britain’s leading exploratory mountaineers about a career that spans three decades and includes expeditions to some of the world’s remotest mountain ranges

Trekking Iceland
Mark Richardson heads to the ‘land of fi re and ice’ to trek the nine-day Hellismannalei›, Laugavegur and Skógar Trail – just don’t mention the weather!

GEAR REVIEWS

First Look: Keen Karraig
Jon Doran tries out Keen’s modern take on the 3/4 seasonboot, the rugged-looking Karraig

Group Test: Waterproof Salopettes
We head to the Highlands to fieldtest eight pairs of waterproof pants and bibs – but which ones come out on top?

Tested: Rab Microlight Summit Jacket
The Summit is the pinnacle of the Microlight Down Jacket range, but is it worth the extra cash?

Tested: Outdoor Research Bitterblaze Aerogel Glove
A pair of specialist ice climbing gloves using aerogel technology – yes please!

Tested: Scratch-Off Alpine Climbs Print
Want to tick off the 4000m peaks of the Alps? Then this wallmap is an essential purchase

Six of the Best: Gloves
In this issue’s Six of the Best, we suggest six different gloves for six different activities

PLUS:
Advice on avalanche reports, practicing self-arrest and looking after down gear + WIN Grivel ice axe, crampons and helmet worth £270!