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Feature · 4 Dec 2017

Ski Touring and Snowshoeing in the Dolomites - Photogallery

Cicerone author James Rushforth presents some of his favourite images from his ski touring and snowshoeing guide to the Dolomites. Are you inspired to go?

Errant keepers. Men and wolves in comparison

Feature · 11 Nov 2017

Errant keepers. Men and wolves in comparison

In the rugged mountainous Apennines of central Italy on the border between the regions of Lazio and Abruzzo, wolves are a part of life, as are shepherds and their guard dogs who...

745 Sp2  Ski Touring and Snowshoeing in the Dolomites

Article · 6 Nov 2017

Hidden Gem - Ski Touring and Snowshoeing in the Dolomites

Our Hidden Gem of the month is Ski Touring and Snowshoeing in the Dolomites, longlisted for Banff Mountain Book Awards 2017. James Rushforth showcases the beauty of the Dolomites...

Trekking The Grande Escursione Appenninica In The Apennines

Article · 13 Sept 2017

An unusual family in the Apennines

Gillian Price writes about staying with an unusual family whilst trekking the Grande Escursione Appenninica in the Apennines.

Stunning views in the southern Dolomites on AV2

Article · 5 Aug 2017

What’s the Alta Via? Why are they numbered? Why are there two AV1 routes in Italy? I’m confused…

There are Alta Via trekking routes in two areas of the Italian Alps: the Dolomites and the Aosta Valley (Gran Paradiso/Mont Blanc). Here's the difference.

Racing the incoming thunderstorm to get to the Citta de Bressanone rifugio at the end of our first afternoon

Article · 29 Jul 2017

Fastpacking the Alta Via 2 in the Dolomites

Tips and ideas for multi-day trail running on the Alta Via 2 route in the Alps. The Dolomites make a great place for a running holiday, staying in huts.

(Photo by Kev Reynolds taken from 'Walking in the Alps')

Article · 5 Jul 2017

How tough should I be for walking in the Alps?

Kev Reynolds, author, speaker and expert on all things mountainous, answers the often asked question: "How tough should I be for walking in the Alps?".

The Monti Lattari Slope Down To The Tyrrhenian Sea With The Island Of Capri Beyond

Feature · 1 Jul 2017

New walks and mythological encounters on the Amalfi Coast

The Li Galli islands off Italy's Amalfi Coast were the home of the Sirens when the Greek hero Odysseus visited. Cicerone author Gillian Price describes the walks that take you...

Fantastic views from Monte Solaro

Article · 28 Jun 2017

Eating your way along the Amalfi Coast

There's a lot of good food along the Amalfi Coast. Gillian Price is no fool - her guides are always for places with food as outstanding as the scenery.

Ice in Tuscany

Feature · 9 May 2017

Ice in Tuscany

Cicerone author Gillian Price discovers a fascinating history of ice making in Tuscany. She shares some of the wonderful walking in the area and tells us more about the region's ice making traditions.

Gillian Price has a heartwarming tale from Umbria, Italy

Article · 4 Apr 2017

Gillian Price has a heartwarming tale from Umbria, Italy

Gillian Price, author of the Cicerone Press guidebook to Umbria, had to let us know about a wonderful initiative in Cascia - a town in Umbria that was badly damaged in the 2016...

Passo Del  Mus In The  Dolomites

Feature · 6 Feb 2017

Walking in the Dolomites – Froehlich's gentian and panini in the Dolomiti Friulane

After 30-plus years of exploring her beloved Dolomites on foot, Gillian Price is amazed to discover new valleys and cosy rifugi. The newly devised Anello delle Dolomiti Friulane...

Ski touring and snowshoeing in the Dolomites

Article · 26 Jan 2017

Want to try snowshoeing? Here's a competition for you (now closed)

To celebrate the launch of our new Ski Touring and Snowshoeing in the Dolomites guidebook we have a competition for you!

 Ski Touring and Snowshoeing in the Dolomites

Article · 25 Jan 2017

Visiting the Dolomites? Advice on travel and health insurance

It's important to make sure you have the correct travel and health insurance before any holiday, particularly an adventurous one, so James Rushforth, author of Ski Touring and...

Ski Touring In The  Dolomites

Feature · 9 Jan 2017

Ski touring and snowshoeing in the Dolomites – Favourite routes

James Rushforth, author of the new Ski Touring and Snowshoeing in the Dolomites guidebook selects two of his favourite routes for adventures in the mountains of the Italian Alps.

Why I was inspired to write a guidebook to the Traumpfad

Video · 30 Nov 2016

Why I was inspired to write a guidebook to the Traumpfad or the Munich to Venice trek

The Munich to Venice trek, or Traumpfad, stole John Hayes' heart. Let him explain why he was so keen to write about it in a new Cicerone guidebook.

Why walk from Munich to Venice? Let John Hayes explain.

Article · 11 Nov 2016

Why walk from Munich to Venice? Let John Hayes explain.

There's a new trekking guidebook to The Dream Way or Traumpfad from Munich to Venice. But why? What ties these cities together and why should you do this allegedly classic trek?...

Impact of Earthquakes

News · 7 Nov 2016

The impact of the earthquakes in Italy

Gillian Price, author of the Cicerone guidebooks to walking in Umbria and Sibillini has sent in this news about the impact of the earthquakes in Italy.

Walking ON the Italian Lakes

News · 23 Jun 2016

Walking ON the Italian Lakes

This is not exactly what our author Gillian Price meant when she wrote about Walking the Italian Lakes.... The Bulgarian artist Christos has just opened his floating piers on Italy's Lago d'Iseo. So now you can walk 3km on the tranquil lake.

Early Morning Views Of Stromboli And Basiluzzo

Article · 6 Jun 2016

Walking on the Aeolian Islands, Sicily

Pamela Harris enjoys some walking on the Aeolian Islands, much aided by Gillian Price's guidebook to Walking in Sicily. She has shared her memories, and a little history, with us in this blog post.