Happy New Year! I hope you had a wonderful festive season and managed to get out onto the hills at some point. If you need a little inspiration, or just want to do some armchair adventuring then we have plenty for you here. Adrian Trendall explains how you can do Skye's Cuillin Ridge in winter - and there's a gorgeous video too. Staying in the snow, Andy Hodges has some top tips on how to measure a slope angle. For something sunnier Paddy Dillon recommends the GR131 - a trek through the remote parts of the Canary Islands that most people ignore. Janneke Klop shares her favourite mountains in Romania and Warwick Sprawson introduces the Overland Track in Tasmania, one of the world's greatest walks. In addition, I have written about my incredible trip to Nepal, the Cicerone team share our highlights of 2019 and Natalie suggests some coastal walks to try. Our Hidden Gem this month is the Vanoise National Park, we have a reader article from Anne Sheehan and some school groups tackle the challenging Ten Tors. If that wasn't enough inspiration, tickets are now on sale for the Adventure Travel Show in London on the 19-20th January. We've got talks and workshops on trekking and cycle touring all over the world. Full details are below including how to get cheaper tickets. January has got off to a flying start! Hannah
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