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Take a moment to enjoy Snowdonia

Meet our Cicerone Connect members: "Oh the places we have been!"

Feature · On 8 May 2020

Cicerone Connect, our new Facebook community, has become a brilliant place to share your trip photos, planning questions and bucket-list ideas. We thought we'd share a few pictures from our...
The Great Glen Way

What Cicerone staff have been doing this year... 2019

Feature · On 29 Dec 2019

Everyone who works at Cicerone is a bit of a fleece-wearing outdoor adventure junkie and we try to practice what we preach. Here's what we've all been up to in 2019.
Roman road

My walk from Sheffield to Santiago: Part 2

Feature · On 15 Dec 2019 by Anne Sheehan

Anne Sheehan recounts the second part of her walk from her home in Sheffield to Santiago de Compostela in Northern Spain.
Gr Markers

Walking 1000 miles across France and Spain on the Camino de Santiago

Feature · On 1 Jun 2019 by Anna Blackwell

Anna Blackwell describes spending her summer holiday walking over 1000 miles across France and Spain. Following ancient pilgrimage routes that make up the Camino de Santiago, she spent three months...
Looking past the village of Tejeda from Monte Constantino

A winter camino... On Gran Canaria

Feature · On 10 Feb 2019 by Paddy Dillon

After finding the summer heat insufferable on his first trip along the Camino de Santiago in Spain, Paddy Dillon decided to try a cooler alternative on Gran Canaria.
Looking Down The Upper Section Of The Hohlaubgrat On The Allalinhorn Switzerland

What Cicerone staff have been doing this year... 2018

Feature · On 30 Dec 2018

Everyone who works at Cicerone is a bit of a fleece-wearing outdoor adventure junkie and we try to practice what we preach. Here's what we've all been up to in 2018.
Christian charity on the way to Orio

A tale of two caminos, unemployment, dodgy knees and a sweaty middle-aged woman called Kate

Feature · On 22 Jul 2018 by Kate Williams

The Camino del Norte runs from Biarritz and along the Spanish coast through the Basque Country, Cantabria and Asturias before heading inland to Santiago de Compostela. Despite its challenges, the...
Enjoying the Camino Portugues

All you need to know about the Camino Portugués or the Portuguese Way

Feature · On 9 Jun 2018

In 2017, the Camino Portugués and the Coastal Camino attracted a total of over 66,000 walkers. So, what makes these trails so special? Lisa Gibbons, from Camino Ways, takes a...
Felgueiras Lighthouse Foz Do Douro on the Coastal Camino

Camino Portugués – Should You Walk the Central or Coastal Camino from Porto?

Feature · On 19 May 2018 by Kat Davis

Offering stunning views and an abundance of historical sites, it can be hard to choose between the Central and Coastal Camino. Fortunately, link routes mean you can combine the two...
Snowdon From The  Moelwyns   The Left Hand Peak Is  Y  Lliwedd Where The Knights Of The Round Table Lie Sleeping

Walking with heroes: myths and legends along the Snowdonia Way

Feature · On 6 Feb 2017 by Alex Kendall

The Snowdonia Way is a 156km (97 mile) low-level walking route through the mountains of North Wales, right through the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. Taking 6–8 days, each...
Camino Aragon

Trekking the Camino Aragon

Feature · On 4 Aug 2016 by Judith Forsyth and Neil Forsyth

Last year we found a brochure offering a pilgrimage on the 200km Aragon Route, a side arm of the Camino de Santiago or Way of St James in Spain. Most...