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Team climbing at 7400m on K2

Feature · 23 Oct 2021

Jake Meyer on conquering K2

Jake Meyer, one of the youngest Britons to climb Everest, and the youngest man in the world to complete the Seven Summits, undertook his biggest challenge when he faced The Savage Mountain, K2.

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Live · 2 Nov 2021 7:00pm

Paddy Dillon on his favourite winter sunshine walking destinations

A dose of walking somewhere sunny can break up the cold and wet winter and, whilst we can't actually guarantee the weather, there are a few reliable destinations. Paddy Dillon...

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Article · 16 Oct 2021

Climbing Aconcagua: the world's highest trekking peak

After ticking off Kilimanjaro and Elbrus, Peter Watson headed to the Andes to attempt his third Seven Summit. Aconcagua may not require mountaineering skills, but this hulk of...

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Podcast · 13 Oct 2021

Will Renwick on running all the mountains in Wales

In this episode Hannah chats to Will Renwick, president of Ramblers' Wales, who has just run every mountain in Wales. Originally hoping to do a long-distance walk, Will decided...

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Article · 9 Oct 2021

10 days walking northern Spain’s GR1 - the Sendero Historico

Warwick Sprawson's trip along part of the GR1 in northern Spain led him through abandoned villages, past crumbling castles and to local fiestas

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News · 3 Oct 2021

From Fire to Ice - cycling around Iceland

Rob and Kevin are cycling around Iceland to raise money for a charity which helps burns victims. "Dan's Fund for Burns" helped get Rob back on his feet (literally) after he nearly...

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Article · 2 Oct 2021

Gravel biking the Heads of the Valleys route

Richard Barrett, author of Cycle Touring in Wales and Cycling Lon Las Cymru, describes a short break riding along the Heads of the Valleys cycle route, a hidden gem, two-thirds of...

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Podcast · 29 Sep 2021

#AskCicerone: Walking and trekking in Europe

In this episode Hannah asks Jonathan, Lesley and Joe Williams about walking and trekking in Europe. We try to give you an overview of 162 guidebooks to outdoor adventures across...

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Feature · 25 Sep 2021

Beach of Dreams: 500 miles, 500 stories, 500 flags

Cicerone author Peter Aylmer supported designer Ali Pretty in her epic 500-mile journey along England’s east coast as part of her Beach of Dreams collaborative project

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News · 22 Sep 2021

Walking for Team Bendrigg

On Saturday 18 September, Cicerone's Lucy joined Team Bendrigg on the 21-mile Coniston to Barrow Charity Challenge in aid of Bendrigg Trust.

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Article · 18 Sep 2021

Cherry-picking routes on the Pacific Crest Trail

Time. We only have so much. The Pacific Crest Trail can be one of the most enjoyable treks of a lifetime, but it takes five to six months. Mark McLain gives a couple of examples...

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Live · 5 Oct 2021

Timmy Mallett on cycling the camino - and back

Timmy Mallett, of 90s childhood TV fame, will be talking to us about his epic cycle along the Camino de Santiago in honour of his brother Martin who believed in the power of...

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Podcast · 15 Sep 2021

The Lakes, Meres and Waters of the Lake District with Joss Naylor and Mhairi Helme

Joss Naylor and Mhairi Helme join us for our September Live event and it's a book launch special! Joss chats about his favourite running route, the Lakes, Meres and Waters of the...

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Article · 11 Sep 2021

Highlights of the Robert Louis Stevenson Trail

Nike Werstroh and Jacint Mig, the authors of Cicerone's Trekking the Robert Louis Stevenson Trail, have made a film of the highlights of the 272km trail through France's Velay and...

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Article · 4 Sep 2021

A spotlight on the Austrian Alpine Club

The AAC(UK) is one of the best UK mountaineering clubs with thousands of UK and overseas members. The mission of the club is to help people get into the mountains they love and to have fun there – a mission and philosophy very similar to...

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Podcast · 1 Sep 2021

Walking in Zermatt and Saas-Fee with Jonathan and Lesley Williams

Iconic locations in the Swiss Alps, Zermatt and Saas-Fee have plenty of offer walkers of all abilities, from low-level lake walks that are suitable for all the family to more...

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Article · 28 Aug 2021

Walking the Via Francigena from Canterbury to Rome

Christine Evans decided to walk the Via Francigana from Canterbury to Rome in honour of her late mother. Here she describes two days from the middle section in Switzerland, which...

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Article · 21 Aug 2021

Discovering the Isle of Rum

Ester Carlomagno spent two months living on the Isle of Rum, volunteering at the Rum National Nature Reserve, where she went walking whenever the weather allowed

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Podcast · 18 Aug 2021

Walking and trekking in Andalucia with Guy Hunter-Watts

Join author and Andalucia-expert Guy Hunter-Watts to find out everything you need to know about walking and trekking in Andalucía. The diverse landscapes of Andalucía offer...

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Article · 14 Aug 2021

6 Scottish routes to prepare you for high mountain treks

In terms of terrain, the Scottish mountains are a fantastic training ground when planning a trek or a climb overseas, says Sean McBride