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Walla Crag

Feature · 31 Jul 2021

Bivvybagging the Wainwrights

The wildest, most satisfying and – quite often – the most enjoyable encounter with a favourite hill is to bivvy on it overnight. In the first edition of The Book of the Bivvy, Ronald Turnbull set himself the challenge of a bivvybag sleepout on...

Lac Chambon Murol

Article · 24 Jul 2021

Grand Traverse of the Central Massif by mountain bike

The Grand Traverse of the Massif Central (the route from Avallon to Besse-en-Chandesse) provided Joost Ameye with 14 days of beautiful landscapes and exhilarating rides on a...

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Podcast · 21 Jul 2021

Walking in Lancashire with Mark Sutcliffe

Offering walks that explore gristone moors, wooded valleys, and expansive coastline, Lancashire is a county that showcases some of the most varied walking in the UK. To share his...

Trimley Marshes

Article · 17 Jul 2021

The Stour and Orwell Walk in a day

During lockdown, Stephen Dunnett set himself the challenge of keeping it local by exploring the long-distance routes in his home county of Suffolk. He suggests that this is a quiet part of the country worthy of consideration for a walking trip.

Arthurs Seat and Edinburgh from Allermuir Hill

Feature · 16 Jul 2021

A Robert Louis Stevenson Trail in Scotland

The Robert Louis Stevenson Trail in the Cévennes is well known, but few are aware that there is another Robert Louis Stevenson Trail in Edinburgh - albeit somewhat shorter!

Guy Hunter Watts Andalucia live

Live · 3 Aug 2021 7:00pm

Walking and trekking in Andalucia with Guy Hunter-Watts

In our August Cicerone Live event, join author and Andalucia-expert Guy Hunter-Watts to find out everything you need to know about walking and trekking in Andalucía.

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Podcast · 7 Jul 2021

Bivvying in the UK: stories and tips with Ronald Turnbull

With just a sleeping bag and a bivvybag, bivvying allows you to immerse yourself in the landscape and enjoy sunsets, sunrises and the stars. In this episode of highlights from...

Pic du Midi d Ossau over Lac Gentau from Refuge d Ayous

News · 30 Jun 2021

Obituary: Brian Johnson

It is with great sadness that we report the death of Brian Johnson – one of Cicerone's great authors.

Basic stone stile in the Cotswolds

Article · 26 Jun 2021

A question of stiles: rural ingenuity or hazardous obstacle?

They come in all shapes and sizes and few walks in the British countryside can avoid them. Often historic and frequently inventive, they are as much a part of our rural landscape...

Joss on Middle Fell

Article · 26 Jun 2021

Joss Naylor's lakes, meres and waters

In 1983, the legendary Joss Naylor completed the little-known 105-mile Lakes, Meres and Waters route in a staggering 19hr 14min. This Cicerone book, written by Vivienne Crow, interweaves tales of past and present as Naylor regales his epic...

Image by Pexels from Pixabay

News · 25 Jun 2021

Website orders going to EU countries

It is probably not news that the UK has left the current trading arrangements with the EU from 1 January 2021. Things have changed a fair bit, especially around paperwork, customs clearances, VAT and international shipping. Unfortunately, these...

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Podcast · 23 Jun 2021

'Supernova' Special: Harry Macqueen and Dick Pope discuss filming on location in the Lake District

Filmed on location in the Lake District and starring Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci, 'Supernova' follows couple Sam and Tusker on a campervan roadtrip as they come to terms with...

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Article · 19 Jun 2021

Walkers and livestock: how to behave around animals

Natalie Simpson explains how best to minimise the potential risks - to yourself and the animals - when out walking around livestock

Meifod and Welshpool

Article · 12 Jun 2021

The beauty and the trials of Glyndŵr's Way

Emma Sawyer and a friend were walking the whole of Glyndŵr’s Way National Trail with the help of the Cicerone guidebook. And despite the after effects of several bottles of...

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Podcast · 9 Jun 2021

#AskCicerone: navigation for long-distance walking in the UK

In our second #AskCicerone episode focusing on long-distance walking in the UK, we speak to Cicerone's Business Development Director Joe Williams about navigating on...

San Jose

Article · 5 Jun 2021

Rambles and ramblas in the Cabo de Gata Natural Park

Guy Hunter-Watts, author of Cicerone’s Coastal Walks in Andalucía, describes a favourite walk in one of Andalucía’s most fascinating natural parks

the Matterhorn

Feature · 29 May 2021

50 routes in Zermatt and Saas-Fee 

Lesley and Jonathan Williams headed to the Valais region in the heart of the Swiss Alps to research their guidebook, Walking in Zermatt and Saas-Fee

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Podcast · 26 May 2021

Scrambling in the Lake District with John Fleetwood and Paul Rose

From classic scrambles on Striding Edge and Pillar Rock to lesser known routes and ghyll scrambles, the Lake District has plenty to offer scramblers and climbers. In this episode...

Gravel bike parked up at Penmon Point on Anglesey during a mixed tarmac/trail ride

Article · 22 May 2021

5 reasons to choose a gravel bike

Suitable for cycling on both tarmac and muddy trails, gravel bikes are versatile and fantastic for off and on-road routes. Here are five reasons why Richard Barrett, a long-time road bike enthusiast, believes your next bike should be a gravel bike.

on top of the world

Video · 15 May 2021

Hiking Chamonix to Zermatt

In 2019, Brandon Neubert and his brother embarked on an epic journey across Switzerland on the Haute Route. Together they hiked 130 miles (210km) and climbed 30,866 feet (9408m) from Chamonix, France, to Zermatt, Switzerland. This film charts their...