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Article · 13 Aug 2022

Atlantic island hopping

I might have had second thoughts, 20 years ago, if someone had asked me to take responsibility for the guidebooks of 21 sub-tropical islands dotted around 3 million square kilometres of the Atlantic Ocean. Fortunately, my involvement came just one...

Coast to Coast walk

News · 12 Aug 2022

The Coast to Coast Path is to become a National Trail

The Coast to Coast route stretching from St Bees in Cumbria to Robin Hoods Bay in the North York Moors National Park will become a new National Trail, it was announced today.

Hiking in Hong Kong

Live · 8 Nov 2022 7:00pm

Hiking in Hong Kong - Expert Q&A

In our November Cicerone Live event, join Andrew and Simon to discover the incredible array of hiking that Hong Kong has to offer.

Wild Country Backpacking

Live · 30 Aug 2022 7:00pm

Scottish Wild Country Backpacking - Expert Q&A

In this Cicerone Live event, join David and Stefan to find out everything you need to know about Scottish Wild Country Backpacking.

Hiking and Cycling the California Missions Trail

Live · 11 Oct 2022 7:00pm

Hiking and Cycling the California Missions Trail with Sandy Brown

In our October Cicerone Live event, join Sandy Brown to explore the California Missions Trail.

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Article · 6 Aug 2022

100 years of the Gran Paradiso

The Gran Paradiso National Park is 100 years old in 2022. Jane Doran takes a look at this beautiful Alpine area around the summit of the Gran Paradiso.

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Podcast · 3 Aug 2022

Sarah Williams on Walking the Wales Coast Path in 50 Days

In this episode, Hannah is joined by Sarah Williams of Tough Girl Challenges to talk about her experiences walking the entire Wales Coast Path in only 50 days. The Wales Coast...

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Focus · 2 Aug 2022

Focus on England's colossal coastline

England has almost 3000 miles of stunning shoreline and it's easier to explore than ever, thanks to the new England Coast Path. Whilst not fully complete, many new areas of path have been opened and plenty of existing paths have been improved. We...

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Article · 30 Jul 2022

Trekking the Robert Louis Stevenson Trail

Cicerone authors Nike and Jacint had a wonderful time walking, and writing about, the Robert Louis Stevenson Trail in France. This video shows a couple of highlights from their...

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Article · 23 Jul 2022

A remote via ferrata adventure in the Dolomites

Lou Stone explores the ancient military via ferratas of a less visited corner of the Italian Dolomites. Her journey take her deep into secret amphitheatres of soaring spires, over...

Hiking the Cordillera Huayhuash with Joe Williams

Live · 2 Aug 2022

Hiking the Cordillera Huayhuash with Joe Williams

Joe Williams has just been hiking the Cordillera Huayhuash in Peru and he loved it. Join us to chat about the route, how to say llama, and to discover what is finally capable of...

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Podcast · 20 Jul 2022

England Coast Path Live Event Highlights

This episode is the highlights from July's Cicerone Live event on the England Coast Path with Andrew McCloy, author of Great Walks on the England Coast Path 30 classic walks on the longest National Trail. The England Coast Path, once fully open,...

Lake Bennett

Article · 16 Jul 2022

True grit on the Chilkoot Trail

Brendan Sainsbury follows the Chilkoot Trail, an epic land route stretching for 53km from Dyea in Alaska to Lake Bennett in Canada, sometimes referred to as history’s last great adventure

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Article · 9 Jul 2022

7 top tips for planning cycling routes

Not everyone has access to a local network of traffic-free, shared-use paths or miles of quiet country lanes, but don’t be deterred as there are great rides to be found almost everywhere. Richard Barrett has these top tips for working with route...

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Podcast · 6 Jul 2022

Walking in Italy

In this episode, Hannah is joined by author Gillian Price to give you an overview of the amazing and varied walking routes and food you'll find in Italy. Italy offers wonderful opportunities to walk and trek. Stretching from the Maritime Alps to...

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Article · 2 Jul 2022

Mountains and gorges in western Crete

Crete is one of the most mountainous islands in the Mediterranean, with over 400 gorges, most of which are in the west. This is an ideal choice for a walking holiday in early spring when the weather is usually warm and sunny, and the flowers are at...

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Focus · 1 Jul 2022

Summer of Adventure

If you're looking for an adventure this summer then let us guide you. You could take on something wild and remote like the Cape Wrath Trail, Scottish and pointy like the Cuillin Ridge on Skye or something long and speedy like Cycling from London to...

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Article · 25 Jun 2022

Are the hills really alive with the sound of music?

Does listening to music in the outdoors enhance the experience, deepen our bond with landscape and even make us walk or run faster? Or is there nothing better than the sound of...

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Podcast · 22 Jun 2022

Mont Blanc Treks

In this episode, Hannah is joined by Sara Wild, owner of Mont Blanc Treks to talk all about this truly world class route. Find out about some of the world's finest mountain scenery; Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in Western Europe; the Chamonix...

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Live · 5 Jul 2022

The England Coast Path with Andrew McCloy

Secrets from the world's longest coast path, with author Andrew McCloy. Join us live online on 5th July 2022 at 19:00 UK time on the Cicerone website, Cicerone Press Facebook page...