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Over the coming months we’re going to be building up a collection of exclusive articles about all sorts of outdoor activities – walking, mountaineering, cycling and much more. We hope you’ll want to check back next month and every month for a regular dose of fresh air and inspiration.
We’d love you to comment and send us your stories, too. It's all about that little bit extra to share between us.
Autumn is approaching, and we would like to suggest some great autumn walking and cycling trips for you to enjoy. Take a look at our suggestions on our autumn in the British Isles guidebooks, and autumn and winter overseas guidebook information pages, or dip into some of our Blogs.
If you're only planning to take a few days away, why not choose a selection of individual downloadable routes, rather than taking a complete guidebook. If you find you enjoy the area you have visited, you can always buy the whole guidebook for further adventures in the future. Simply 'browse routes' on any one of our book pages on the website.
Check your knowledge of the Countryside Code here. Think about some walks in your local area where you can increase your fitness, then maybe plan to tackle something new – maybe your first national trail next year, or walking in an area new to you.
We're asking for your opinion on National Trails guidebooks - we are grateful for your time and energy so upon completion you will be given the option to enter your email address to receive a 35% discount voucher for Cicerone guides. Read...
Kev Reynolds, Cicerone author and veteran of some 20+ Himalayan expeditions, writes on what the Thorong La is like and his experience of trekking in bad weather in the Himalaya. Read...
A weekend backpacking trip on the Cumbria Way provided a great excuse to stay at Skiddaw House – a remote, characterful old building that occupies an isolated position 470m (1540ft) above sea level on the northern slopes of Skiddaw. Read...
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