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Feature · 21 May 2022

Halfway through the Wales Coast Path

Sarah Williams is walking the Wales Coast Path (Llwybr Arfordir Cymru) for the 10 year anniversary. Here, she shares some of her updates from the first half of her trip. Use #ChallengeWithCicerone on Facebook or Instagram to find more from Sarah on...

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Podcast · 11 May 2022

Ten Years of the Wales Coast Path: Live Events Highlights

This episode is the highlights from May's Cicerone Live event celebrating 10 years of the majestic Wales Coast Path with Paddy Dillon, the author of the Wales Coast Path...

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Focus · 1 May 2022

Wonderful Wales

Even if you have been to Wales before, there is always something new to explore in this wonderful country. From cycling through the green countryside to long-distance coastal challenges, scrambling something gnarly or an easy low-level walk, Wales...

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News · 19 Apr 2022

Sarah Williams walks the Wales Coast Path in its 10th anniversary year

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Wales Coast Path this year, adventurer and founder of Tough Girl Challenges, Sarah Williams has teamed up with Cicerone Press to walk the...

Ten Years of the Wales Coast Path with Paddy Dillon and Will Renwick

Live · 3 May 2022

Celebrating ten years of the Wales Coast Path

Join us to celebrate ten years of the majestic Wales Coast Path. We'll be chatting to Paddy Dillon, the author of the Wales Coast Path guidebook, and Will Renwick, President of...

Above Llyn Clywedog

Article · 22 Jan 2022

The beauty and the trials of Glyndŵr's Way: Part 2

After two years of fitting in sections between lockdowns, Emma Sawyer and her friend Haf finally reached the end of Glyndŵr's Way

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...

The Howgills

Article · 3 Apr 2021

10 new UK staycation ideas for walkers

The Lake District, Snowdonia, the Peak District, Cairngorms... which of these busy honeypot destinations are you dreaming of? If you have jaded memories of overcrowded hillsides (particularly during the brief summer of 2020), then these suggestions...

View from the summit of Snowdon

Feature · 27 Mar 2021

The UK's first national parks celebrate 70 years

2021 sees the 70th anniversary of the UK’s first national parks. Here, Cicerone's Natalie Simpson takes a look back at the campaign for their creation and the legislation that...

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Podcast · 28 Oct 2020

Walking the Cambrian Way with Richard Tyler, George Tod, Olie Wicks and Will Renwick

Crossing the mountainous spine of Wales, the Cambrian Way is a 300 mile route with a rich history and strong sense of community. In this episode of highlights from our Cicerone...

Marloes Sands From Horse Neck

Article · 19 Sept 2020

Hidden Gem – Pembrokeshire's Marloes Sands, Martin’s Haven and offshore islands

Boasting the popular Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail, Pembrokeshire may not strike you as a ‘hidden’ area. There is plenty to...

Above pontypool

Feature · 8 Aug 2020

Walking the Cambrian Way in day trips and weekends

Always lacking three weeks to tackle the full route from Cardiff to Conwy in one go, Mark Charlton was surprised to discover how much of the Cambrian Way he had walked in day...

Cambrian Way live

Live · 14 Jul 2020

The Cambrian Way with George Tod, Richard Tyler, Olie Wicks and Will Renwick

Ever thought about crossing the mountainous spine of Wales in one epic journey? Listen in to hear about the Cambrian Way from Cicerone authors, George Tod and Richard Tyler, and...

Alex Kendall live

Live · 7 Jul 2020

Walking in Snowdonia with Alex Kendall

Looking to discover new places to walk in Snowdonia this summer? Alex Kendall, international mountain leader and author of three Cicerone guidebooks to Snowdonia, offers some advice and inspiration in our latest Tune-in Tuesday live event.

Stokesay Castle

Article · 16 Nov 2019

The Shropshire Way rediscovered

Cicerone guidebook author John Gillham explains what’s so great about the new and improved Shropshire Way.

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Article · 3 Nov 2019

An intro to... The Shropshire Way

The county of Shropshire has been one of England’s best kept secrets for years. It is England’s most rural county with only two large towns –Telford and Shrewsbury, but it is blessed with some of the best hills and ridges outside the national...

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News · 23 Oct 2019

A proper Shropshire book launch

Hannah heads to Shrewsbury for the Shropshire Way guidebook launch... And a proper Shropshire cream tea.

Huw Irranca-Davies and Will Renwick cut the cake at the Cambrian Way book launch

News · 20 Aug 2019

Cambrian Way - Wales' answer to the Pennine Way?

Hannah from Cicerone meets some of the Cambrian Way Trust at the book launch in Cardiff and hears how Ramblers Cymru hope the trail will become Wales' answer to the Pennine Way.

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Article · 14 Aug 2019

An intro to... The Cambrian Way

Are you an adventurous and experienced walker looking to discover Wales in a whole new way? Here's an introduction to the Cambrian Way - a challenging but equally rewarding long-distance route from Cardiff to Conwy.

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Feature · 12 Aug 2019

The Big Rounds: the bridge to enchantment

David Lintern has written the first guide to Britain's 24-hour mountain challenges – The Big Rounds. It's a book about people and places and the magic that happens when they...