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Scrambling in the Lake District

Focus · 30 Apr 2021

Scrambling – ideas, classic routes and how to get started safely

"Scrambling offers the perfect combination of continuous movement and unfettered climbing in a mountain environment" so says John Fleetwood, one of Britain's most accomplished...

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Podcast · 28 Apr 2021

Walking the Camino de Santiago: Camino Frances with Sandy Brown and Ivar Rekve

As one of the most travelled pilgrim trails in the world, the Camino Frances route of the Camino de Santiago is an unforgettable experience rich with history, culture and...

Jotunheimen

Feature · 24 Apr 2021

Is Norway a hiking destination for families?

If you are a family of hikers, then Norway could be an unforgettable experience for everyone, says Cicerone author Ute Koninx

Zermatt and the matterhorn

Video · 21 Apr 2021

Walking in Zermatt and Saas-Fee, Switzerland

Walking in the Zermatt and Saas-Fee region is very rewarding, and there are wonderful routes to suit all levels of experience and ability, from easy riverside and valley walks to...

Focus on cycling

Focus · 18 Apr 2021

Cycling routes and bikes: guidebooks, expert advice, touring, kit and adventure stories

Day rides, cycle touring, mountain biking, sportives, bikepacking or just a bike ride. Here we focus on all aspects of getting on your bike for a great adventure, starting with...

Tour de l’Agnellu watchtower

Article · 10 Apr 2021

Trekking on Corsica: connecting breathtaking coastlines and stunning mountains

South of Marseilles and worlds away from the French Riviera, the breathtaking Mediterranean island of Corsica is a paradise for walkers. In her Cicerone guidebook, Short Treks on...

Via Francigena Book Launch

Live · 15 Apr 2021

Via Francigena Book Launch with Sandy Brown, Luca Bruschi and Myra Stals

Join our panel of expert guests to celebrate the launch of the first two Via Francigena guidebooks. Sandy Brown, Luca Bruschi and Myra Stals will share their experiences on this...

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Podcast · 31 Mar 2021

Walking the Via Francigena with Sandy Brown, Luca Bruschi, Julia Lewis and Beatrice Moricci

An ancient pilgrimage route from Canterbury in England to Rome in Italy, the Via Francigena explores medieval cities, vineyards, lakes and mountains as it travels through...

Camino Primitivo

Video · 23 Mar 2021

Walking the Camino Primitivo

Hiking the Camino Primitivo with a Cicerone guidebook adds to the enjoyment of the amazing, more mountainous route. The 355km route begins in Oviedo, but the guidebook provides a two stage description linking from Villaviciosa on the Camino del...

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Feature · 6 Mar 2021

Hiking in Romania's Apuseni and Retezat Mountains

Keen to explore the mountains of Romania, Mick Borroff set off for a fortnight of hiking, caving and scrambling. Spending a week in each area, Mick discovered the best that the...

Camino Frances event

Live · 6 Apr 2021

The Camino de Santiago: Camino Francés with Sandy Brown and Ivar Rekve

In our April Cicerone Live event, join Cicerone, Sandy Brown and Ivar Rekve to explore the Camino de Santiago: Camino Francés.

Robert Louis Stevenson statue

Article · 27 Feb 2021

In the footsteps of Robert Louis Stevenson on the GR70

Some 140 years after Robert Louis Stevenson and his donkey Modestine set out on their 12-day hike through France's Velay and Cevennes regions, Nike Werstroh, the author of...

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Podcast · 17 Feb 2021

Hiking in Norway and Sweden with Ute Koninx and Mike Laing

Whether trekking the Kungsleden in Sweden or choosing a shorter hike from Cicerone’s new guidebook to Hiking in Norway: South, the beautifully varied landscape of Scandinavia...

Robert Louis Stevenson

Video · 6 Feb 2021

Discovering the Robert Louis Stevenson Trail (GR70)

Greg Chase followed in Robert Louis Stevenson's footsteps in the mountains of southern France – and made a film!

Ute Koninx and Mike Laing live

Live · 2 Feb 2021

Ute Koninx and Mike Laing on hiking in Norway and Sweden

In our February Cicerone Live event, join Cicerone and authors Ute Koninx and Mike Laing to discover the delights of hiking in Scandinavia.

Glittertinden

Feature · 30 Jan 2021

How to choose a trek in Norway

You are the happy owner of the brand-new Cicerone guidebook to Hiking in Norway and have been inspired by the great selection of routes. So how to choose? Guidebook author Ute Koninx has this advice.

Camping on unfenced land is allowed anywhere in Norway, provided you are 150m away from any building

Article · 9 Jan 2021

Hiking on a budget in Norway: is it possible?

As the author of Cicerone's upcoming guidebook to 'Hiking in Norway – South', Ute Koninx is an expert in hiking in this stunning Scandinavian country. Here she shares her tips...

The world is waiting for us to go walking

Focus · 8 Jan 2021

It's a good time for planning

Lockdown is serious, but with Cicerone there are guidebooks, articles, videos, podcasts and live events to keep goals and plans alive, as we help you discover new ideas, and bring new content to your attention. When all this is over, your 'tick...

Heading up Mefjorden gazing at mountains rising 600m up from the fjord

Feature · 27 Dec 2020

Camping and kayaking in Norway: a packrafting adventure

Combining camping, walking and kayaking, Alex Kendall set out on a packrafting expedition to explore the peninsulas and fjords of Senja island in Norway.

The Ice Cave

Article · 26 Dec 2020

Kev Reynolds and the ice cave

Kev Reynolds was working in the Engadine Valley in the Alps, working, skiing and marvelling at the winter wonderland, when his boss decided to put his youthful energy to good use and build an ice cave. Illustrations by Clare Crooke.