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Pericolo

News & Events · 9 May 2019

Storm damage in the Dolomites

Gillian Price warns of disruption to walking in the Dolomites due to storm damage. If you are walking in the area and encounter any problems please let us know so we can keep other walkers informed.

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News & Events · 9 May 2019

An update on the Cicerone School

Work is progressing on the rebuilding of a school in Nepal, one of Cicerone's fundraising projects for our 50th anniversary.

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News & Events · 21 Apr 2019

Cicerone shortlisted for two prestigious publishing awards

Cicerone is very excited to have been shortlisted for two prestigious publishing awards in 2019, our 50th year. We are up against stiff competition for both shortlists but we are delighted to be recognised for our hard work by such established awards as the Nibbies and the IPG Awards.

Smiles all round on the climbing session

News & Events · 27 Feb 2019

Bendrigg Trust: A family have a fun weekend

Cicerone are delighted to be fundraising for the Bendrigg Trust as part of our 50th Year celebrations. Here we have an update of how this money can help families like the Eykyn family.

Rawadulu Ab00001

News & Events · 13 Jan 2019

Introducing the Cicerone School

Cicerone is supporting the Juniper Trust to rebuild Rawa Dolu School and provide a three classroom school and a toilet block for the 50 children in the village. Here's an update before work begins.

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News & Events · 27 Dec 2018

Dordogne in the news!

The Dordogne has been named by National Geographic as one of the top 5 world’s most exciting destinations in 2019.

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News & Events · 10 Dec 2018

Cicerone at the Adventure Travel Show

Cicerone is sponsoring the show as official travel literature partner, offering a series of trekking workshops and sponsoring one of the theatres at the Adventure Travel Show, 19-20th January 2019. Come along and listen to author talks, ask your own questions in one of our trekking workshops, and enter our incredible competition.

Underdog

News & Events · 16 Nov 2018

Underdog: a film review

Sitting down to watch Underdog, a film about Cicerone author Damian Hall, are two very different runners: Joe has run Ultra Tour du Mont Blanc and the tougher Ultra Tour Mont Rosa, and Hannah struggles around Parkrun every week. Will this film appeal to them both? Here, they share their thoughts.

Prayer Flags Thrashed By The Wind On The Baga La In Dolpo

News & Events · 15 Nov 2018

Come and meet Cicerone author Kev Reynolds: Wednesday 28th November

Come and meet Cicerone author Kev Reynolds at Waterstones Rose Lane store in Canterbury at 18:30 on Wednesday 28th November, when he will be giving an illustrated talk on some of his many Himalayan trekking expeditions – including those described in Abode of the Gods.

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News & Events · 11 Nov 2018

Kendal Mountain Festival 2019

Come along to the Shackleton tent outside the Brewery Arts centre to enjoy 3 days of FREE talks by local adventurers and outdoor experts, covering a wide variety of subjects from winter walking to adventures with kids, from the Snowdonia way to horse packing around the Lake District!

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News & Events · 7 Nov 2018

Cicerone Open Evening and Talks: Friday 16th November

Cicerone are hosting an open evening in conjunction with the Kendal Mountain Festival. Join us on the 16th November for a trekking workshop followed by a talk on Greenland by Paddy Dillon. Light refreshments will be provided and places are free but you must book a place to attend.

Jeff Freiheit

News & Events · 14 Aug 2018

Canadian trekker missing on the Munich to Venice Trail

Canadian Jeff Freiheit has been reported missing on the early stages of the Munich to Venice trek, known in German as the Traumpfad, or “dream way” and has not been heard from since 1st August.

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Article · 11 Apr 2018

Damian Hall on winning the Ice Ultra in Sweden

Damian Hall has won the Ice Ultra in Sweden - here we ask him about his race preparation, the dizzy heights of appearing on local radio and how he avoided penile frostbite. Yes, really.

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News & Events · 30 Sep 2017

Kev Reynolds at 'A Day of Books' event

Cicerone author, Kev Reynolds will be closing the ‘Day of Books’ at All Saints’ Church, Sutton Courtenay* (burial place of George Orwell) on Saturday 14 October, with his lecture A Walk in the Clouds.

Kev Reynolds guidebook author

News & Events · 19 Jan 2017

Kev Reynolds' mini tour

Cicerone author Kev Reynolds is doing a mini tour. If you haven't heard this inspirational but very humble man talk then now is your chance!

Impact of Earthquakes

News & Events · 7 Nov 2016

The impact of the earthquakes in Italy

Gillian Price, author of the Cicerone guidebooks to walking in Umbria and Sibillini has sent in this news about the impact of the earthquakes in Italy.

Josephine

News & Events · 8 Oct 2016

The highlights of the Cycle Show at the NEC

Last week we were at the Cycle Show and we thought we'd share our highlights of the show with you. Danny MacAskill was a highlight. So was the pizza.

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News & Events · 14 Jun 2016

Ten years left to 'Find our Way', and register unrecorded footpaths

In 2026 any footpaths not recorded on official mapping could be lost forever. Cicerone and the Open Spaces Society need your help to ensure they remain in use. The Open Spaces Society has launched its Find Our Way fund, to support its work against the clock to save our historic public-paths.