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Meeting the nomadic eagle hunters of Mongolia

Article · 8 Feb 2020

Meeting the nomadic eagle hunters of Mongolia

Robin Pritchard travelled to the Altai district of Bayan/Ulgii Province, in the far west of Mongolia, to spend time with the famed Kazakh eagle hunters.

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Article · 4 Sep 2019

Friends in high places - trekking and teaching geography in Nepal

Whilst trekking Kev Reynolds meets some identical twins and reflects on what a small world it really is, even when you are as far from Kent as Nepal. Illustrations by Clare Crooke.

Hatenashi settlement

Article · 19 May 2019

An intro to… the Kumano Kodo

Kat Davis, author of Japan's Kumano Kodo Pilgrimage, introduces the Kumano Kodo, a network of ancient pilgrimage trails on the Kii Peninsula, south of Osaka.

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Article · 13 Mar 2019

An intro to… The Japan Alps

The Japan Alps are a located in the centre of Japan’s main island of Honshu and are home to some of the country’s most famous, highest and rugged peaks. Tom Fay, author of Hiking and Trekking in the Japan Alps and Mount Fuji, introduces this...

Thamserku Is One Of The Highlights Of The Views Between Namche And Khumjung

Article · 22 Dec 2018

An intro to... Trekking in the Everest region

Trekking in the Everest region is not just about Everest. Here are a few things to consider on a trek in this part of the Himalaya.

The Ravmeddara Valley is a true gem. This wide valley in the western Pamirs is fringed by towering mountains, with the 6083m high Patkhor Peak marking the highest point in the Rushan Range.  Photo: Christine Oriol

Article · 9 Dec 2018

Tajikistan: a photo gallery

Cicerone has published the first trekking guide to Tajikistan, written by Jan Bakker and Christine Oriol. For many people it is hard to imagine what Tajikistan looks like and why they might want to trek there. In this photo gallery co-author Jan...

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Article · 8 Sep 2018

Walking Egypt’s most popular mountains

One is Egypt's highest mountain, and one is its most popular. But, despite being so close to each other, these two mountains attract very different audiences. Christine Gordon climbed both to find out why.

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Article · 8 Aug 2018

A Spotlight on... the Juniper Trust

The Juniper Trust was founded in 1994 by a group of volunteers, inspired by writer and teacher Angela Locke following her first visit to Nepal. Since those early beginnings, the Juniper Trust has grown and supported many worthwhile projects across...

Gangkar Punsum Seen From Near Gophu La Photo Ugyen Peljor Tshering

Article · 21 Mar 2018

An intro to… Trekking in Bhutan

An intro to… Trekking in Bhutan, answering questions such as Where is Bhutan? Do you need a guide to go trekking in Bhutan? What's the walking like? And Why can't I claim the unclimbed peaks?

An Intro to... The Jordan Trail

Article · 22 Feb 2017

An intro to... The Jordan Trail

Tony Howard and Di Taylor have always loved Jordan and have pioneered the walking and trekking movement there. Here they introduce the Jordan Trail - Jordan's first long distance path.

History of the Jordan Trail

Article · 28 Sep 2016

The history of the Jordan Trail

Tony Howard tells us about the fascinating history of the Jordan Trail from the first inklings of an idea to the trail becoming official.

A book containing many lifetimes of mountaineering possibilities

Article · 5 Apr 2016

A book containing many lifetimes of mountaineering possibilities

Think the world has been fully explored? There are over 395 unclimbed 6000m peaks in the area surrounding the Alps of Tibet, including the world's highest unclimbed peak, Gangkhar...

Himalayas trekking

Article · 8 Oct 2012

8 remote and challenging treks in Ladakh

Discover the Ladakh region of the Himalayas, India, through this in-depth guide to eight remote and challenging treks.