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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.

Alte Burgen Ancient Castles

Video · 15 May 2021

Preparing to hike Chamonix to Zermatt

Preparing for the Swiss Haute Route, from Chamonix to Zermatt, required hours of effort and weeks of planning. In this video, Brandon Neubert breaks down and shares some of the most important things he learned while plotting his adventure

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...

Saas valley

Focus · 15 May 2021

Hiking trails in Europe – long-distance routes and unusual destinations

When travel within Europe is at last possible and safe, there is no better way to explore than to experience the freedom and joy of long-distance walking. Trails such as the Tour...

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Podcast · 12 May 2021

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

In our latest #AskCicerone episode, we ask Marketing Director and guidebook author Lesley Williams for her advice on equipment for long-distance walking in the UK. Offering tips...

On the Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Focus · 9 May 2021

UK long-distance walking routes and top tips

To walk a long-distance route is to embark on a journey, passing through the landscape at a pace that allows you to notice and appreciate all that is around you. There are 16...

Make the most of light

Article · 9 May 2021

How to get hill-fit and train for long-distance walking

Here are some top tips to build distance and strength to help you prepare your body for the hills, mountains and trails. If you're relatively new to walking, we hope that these...

On Lingmoor one of my favourite Wainwrights

Article · 8 May 2021

(Not) finishing the Wainwrights

While the Covid pandemic has put the brakes on Cicerone's Natalie Simpson's attempts to finish the Wainwrights, the welcome addition of the Fellrangers to her list has led to isolated tops on out-of-the-way summits - amazing views for minimal effort

Paddy Dillon and Gillian Price live

Live · 6 Jul 2021 7:00pm

Walking and trekking on Corsica with Paddy Dillon and Gillian Price

In our July Cicerone Live event, join Cicerone authors Paddy Dillon and Gillian Price to explore walking and trekking on Corsica.

Tete aux Vents

Article · 2 May 2021

The Promised Land: a poem by Kev Reynolds

Kev shares a contemplative poem exploring the wonder and restorative power of a physical or even mental trip outdoors.

Steel Knotts from Groove Gill

Feature · 1 May 2021

The future of the new Walking the Lake District Fells 'Fellranger' series

On a walk from Howtown to Steel Knotts using his Patterdale guidebook, Cicerone author Mark Richards reflects on his new editions of Walking the Lake District Fells 'Fellranger'...

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...

Ronald Turnbull live

Live · 1 Jun 2021

Bivvying and hillwalking in the UK with Ronald Turnbull

In our June Cicerone Live event, join Cicerone author Ronald Turnbull to explore bivvying and hillwalking in the UK.

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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...