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Trail Magazine, one of the UK's best outdoor publications, has featured MunrOverground in its May 2012 issue.  After including Tubular Fells in 2011, Phoebe Smith who is Features Editor at the magazine, was keen to include the new publication which maps all 283 of Scotland's 3000 foot peaks. 
MunrOverground gets a mention in Trail
The article title is a brilliant one on pages 12 and 13 although it does include a close-up photograph of Peter! If you want to get a taste for the map before buying it, then you can see most of the detail on the two-page spread, although it is of course much smaller than the map's printed size at A1 (841mm × 594mm) poster format.  As a result of this much larger print, longer boxes have been ordered to encapsulate the bigger map.

Peter with his back to Ben NevisPeter is really pleased to see his latest creation featured in Trail Magazine which has been one of his favourite magazines for years.  The article gives a good resume of the map and also mentions the fact that proceeds from MunrOverground will be going to help The John Muir Trust and the Mountain Rescue Council of Scotland.

Let's hope we see MunrOverground in many more publications and publicity creates as much interest in the Scottish Map as we've seen over Tubular Fells.  Thanks a lot to Trail for being the first magazine to embrace the new creation!
Why has no-one ever thought of doing it before?  It's genius!
Kevin Fernihough, BBC Radio Cumbria

>£10,000 - THANKS!

Since April 2011 'Tubular Fells' has now raised just over £10000! >£10000 raised for Fix the FellsThis is an astounding figure and thanks to everyone who has shown their support by buying the map.  This figure is enough to produce over 100 metres of stone pitched path.  Many thanks to everyone who's purchased the map so far from as far afield as Leeds, London, Canada, Massachusetts, New Zealand and Hawaii!
  • £10-one metre of revegetation alongside a path
  • £25-one tonne of stone moved to site
  • £50-one 25kg bag of special upland grass seed
  • £100-one metre of stone pitched path
  • £250-one stone lined path cross drain
  • £600-one hour of helicopter flying time to move stone