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February News: New guidebooks | Lake District | France | Italy

Hello everyone,

We hope you are keeping safe and well. We're focussing this month on the Lake District as we have a couple of new guidebooks to the area for when we can visit again. There's so much to do in the Lake District, from hill-bagging to ghyll scrambling, trail running, cycling or even a long-distance walk. We have a selection of podcasts, articles and videos for you about the Lake District as well as our Live Event with Mark Richards and Cumbria Tourism on the 2nd March.

Further afield, we have new guidebooks to routes in France and Italy and some beautiful guides to Austria, Switzerland and Corsica now available to pre-order. If you hadn't heard of the Salzkammergut you're going to want to go when you see how gorgeous it is. It's also, fittingly, known as the Austrian Lake District!

Have a lovely week,


New guidebooks

Trekking the Robert Louis Stevenson Trail

The GR70 through the Cevennes/Massif Central


Guidebook to the GR70 through France's Velay and Cevennes regions, which follows in the footsteps of author Stevenson and his faithful donkey, Modestine. At 272km, this long-distance trail from Le Puy to Ales is ideal for people new to walking holidays, and promises an interesting journey with an historical and literary flavour.

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Trekking the Giants' Trail: Alta Via 1 through the Italian Pennine Alps

Beneath Mont Blanc, the Matterhorn and Monte Rosa


Guidebook to trekking Italy's Alta Via 1 - a 180km trail through the Italian Alps, following the northern flank of the Aosta Valley from Donnas to Courmayeur. Nicknamed the Giants' Trail, the route offers fantastic views of the Alpine giants: Mont Blanc, the Matterhorn and Monte Rosa. With travel advice and accommodation listings.

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Lake District Buttermere

Focus · 13 Feb 2021

Fells and lakes of the Lake District

The Lake District National Park is central to the county of Cumbria in north-west England. For outdoor activities there is a wide range of choice, from easy lakeside walks, walking routes on the high fells including the best-known tops of Scafell...

Next Live Event

Mark Richards and Gill Haigh live

Live · 2 Mar 2021 7:00pm

Mark Richards and Gill Haigh on the Fellranger series and sustainable walking

In our March Cicerone Live event, join Mark Richards, author of Cicerone's Fellranger series, and Gill Haigh, Managing Director of Cumbria Tourism, to celebrate the completion of...

New on the podcast

New titles and books now available to preorder

We're really excited about the following books which will be publishing soon. You can pre-order them now to get them as soon as they arrive.


News · 16 Jul 2020

Can I go walking in Europe? Walking and trekking in summer and autumn 2021

Walking, trekking and other outdoor activity holidays in Europe, and Brexit and coronavirus-related restrictions. This page will help you find up-to-date information for walking,...

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