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Our Latest Newsletter

September News: Hiking in France video | New podcast | Timmy Mallett

Hello everyone, I hope you are keeping well.

We're starting to think more about overseas trips, so we're sharing an account of walking parts of the Pacific Crest Trail (it is pretty long) and also a charming video about the Robert Louis Stevenson trail in France.

Our next live event is with the 'Utterly Brilliant' Timmy Mallett, of 90s childhood TV fame, who will be talking to us about his epic cycle along the Camino de Santiago. It's sure to be fun and I hope you'll join us. If you can't make it you can watch this and all our live events on our website.

Our latest podcast is the highlights from our book launch with Joss Naylor and Mhairi Helme. What a great evening - I think I can safely say we all learned a lot from Joss and if you want to know what his favourite sheep is, or more running-related info, then you can either watch the full event or listen to the podcast.

Oh yes, and we have some brand new books as well. The Book of the Bivvy is finally here, thank you for your patience, and the others will be here soon.

All the best for now,


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Article · 18 Sep 2021

Cherry-picking routes on the Pacific Crest Trail

Time. We only have so much. The Pacific Crest Trail can be one of the most enjoyable treks of a lifetime, but it takes five to six months. Mark McLain gives a couple of examples...

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Article · 11 Sep 2021

Highlights of the Robert Louis Stevenson Trail

Nike Werstroh and Jacint Mig, the authors of Cicerone's Trekking the Robert Louis Stevenson Trail, have made a film of the highlights of the 272km trail through France's Velay and...

Live event

Our next live event is a very special book launch with the King of the Fells, Joss Naylor. We'll be chatting to Joss about his life on the fells and his new book. We'll also have giveaways throughout the evening. We'll make sure there is plenty of time for questions too. It's going to be fun and I hope you'll join us. You can catch up on all our previous live events at

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Live · 5 Oct 2021 7:00pm

Timmy Mallett on cycling the camino - and back

Timmy Mallett, of 90s childhood TV fame, will be talking to us about his epic cycle along the Camino de Santiago in honour of his brother Martin who believed in the power of...

Cycling the Camino de Santiago

The Way of St James - Camino Frances


Guidebook detailing the 850km cycle route from St Jean-Pied-de-Port in southern France to Santiago de Compostela, following the original pilgrim route, with optional road variants. Suitable for most abilities and bikes, the route is presented in 19 stages averaging 45km each, with notes on the religious significance and local sites of interest.

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