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Outdoors Show 2011 NEW

OUTDOORS SHOW 2011 - 13th to 16th January 2011 at Excel, London

Welcome to the Cicerone Stand OU352

where you can find some great offers and inspiration!

  • £2 off all books

  • All 'seconds' at our usual offer of £3 each or 4 for £10

  • A competition to win Cicerone guidebooks and Paramo gear

  • Expert advice from our authors and staff

Come and browse our entire range, including the latest guides - including Lightweight Camping, Geocaching in the UK, Winter Climbs: Ben Nevis and Glen Coe, The Isle of Mull and two new guides to the Canary Islands (La Palma, and La Gomera and El Hierro).

 

Not made any plans for this year?

We suggest you pick up one of our catalogues to get some inspiration, talk to us and our authors, and remember... by taking a catalogue you can get the special '£2 off each book' show offer right through until May! Details of spring titles are on our website and on the catalogue, highlights include Trekking in the Alps (inspiration in itself!), new Fellranger books, a new range of Mountain Biking guides and new guides for Guernsey and Jersey.

 

Meet some of our authors and join them in the Cicerone Walking Theatre!

Once again Cicerone has been invited to provide a full programme of talks & seminars. The Cicerone stand is right next to the Cicerone theatre.

This year our guest authors are:

Kev Reynolds, who will give various talks on Alpine walking and trekking, The North Downs Way and The South Downs

Simon Thompson, author of Unjustifiable Risk? - The Story of British Climbing, shortlisted for both Banff and Boardman Tasker Mountain Literature Awards

Rudolf Abraham, who will guide you through the delights of trekking in Chile's Torres del Paine - Patagonia, The Mountains of Montenegro, and Walking in Croatia

Alex Stuart will give you the lowdown on how to make a sucessful ascent of Kilimanjaro.

Leigh Hatts, a specialist on all things 'walking' in London and the South East, will give talks on The Lea Valley Walk and The Thames Path

Tom Cooper will doubtless get you disting off your bike to go Cycle Touring in Ireland

Pete Hawkins will once again be on hand each day to take you through some early steps in navigation.

Find out more with full details about our authors and the subject of their talks.

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