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Cicerone‘s Publisher, Jonathan Williams, reports from a recent trek – 10 days across Aragon on part of the 1250km of Spain’s Sendero Histórico, the GR1, which charts a remote but accessible path across northern Spain in the foothills of the Pyrenees from Galicia to the Mediterranean, along the ancient Muslim–Christian line of control. There's also a video to watch, with highlights from...
Earlier this month Joe Williams completed the Bob Graham Round, the famous memorial circuit of the Lakeland fells covering 100km and 8000m in under 24 hours, starting from Keswick. Here he shares the anticipation, the agony and the downright joy of an unforgettable day.
Paddy Dillon, author of many Cicerone walking and trekking guidebooks, seems to be walking and either researching new guides or updating old ones every day. But it's not often he has chance to chat to guidebook users such as James.
Cicerone's Sarah Spencer leaps at the chance to go and check out The Great Stones Way, the 36 mile long distance walk that passes some of England's important prehistoric sites including Avebury and Stonehenge. It's perfect for an energetic long weekend or a leisurely week, with good transport links at each end.
The GR5 is a long distance route from Lac Leman (Lake Geneva) to Nice, via Chamonix, the Vanoise, Modane, Briancon, the Queyras, Larch, and the Mercantour National Park. Lesley Williams, from Cicerone, tackles the 660km long GR5 trekking route that runs through the Alps from Lake Geneva to Nice on the Mediterranean. She describes how a long trek can become a way of life, rather than simply a long...
One of the latest books to join the Cicerone range is A Walk in the Clouds by Kev Reynolds. This book is a collection of autobiographical short stories spanning a lifetime of mountain travel and adventure.
Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to the premiere of Cicerone's very first film. Where better to start than with an interview with one of Cicerone's most prolific authors, Paddy Dillon, about his Walking and Trekking in Iceland guidebook.
Have you ever found yourself on a glacier in bright sunshine, without good eye protection?
Ok, so it really shouldn't happen to a guidebook publisher, but due to a chain of events that I won't bore you with, I ended up in just that situation.
What better way to spend a sunny Sunday than pedaling around some of the quiet and beautiful lanes of Cumbria, Lancashire and the Yorkshire Dales. Jonathan and Caroline decided to have a go at the 60-mile option of the 3 counties challenge. Find out how they did...