News, views and guidebooks for walking, trekking and cycling
Try a walk in the Dark Peak from our new guidebook by Paul Besley, out in March. Highlights include Chatsworth House and gardens created by Capability Brown.
An excellent short and sometimes steep walk for a crisp winter’s day. Taken from Susan Falconer’s guidebook to Walking in the Pentland Hills.
Cicerone’s Natalie visited the Isle of Man recently and, apart from upsetting the local sea-gods, she had a wonderful time exploring.
The South Downs are England’s newest national park and well worth a visit. The iconic landscape between Eastbourne in East Sussex and Winchester in Hampshire is ideal for walking, trekking and biking (hence the three relevant Cicerone guidebooks). But there are are more than these three reasons to explore the South Downs.
Recently published research comparing various keep-fit activities is good news for Cicerone. According to research by Dr Grace Lordan of the London School of Economics and Political Science, a brisk 30-minute walk five days a week is more effective than any other form of exercise for keeping weight down.
The variety of walks in Mike Dunn’s new Cicerone guidebook to Walking in the Wye Valley means there is something for everyone in this beautiful area. Following the fourth-largest river in England and Wales and spanning those countries’ border the Wye Valley offers spectacular limestone gorges, scenic strolls and soaring moorlands.
Discovering the walking possibilities in the Trossachs revealed within Ronald Turnbull’s guidebook to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs. It’s early February, and the weather forecast is promising. We have the perfect excuse for a trip to Scotland.
This year, Stanfords is participating in Bristol’s Festival of Walking 2014, and there are two opportunities during the festival for you to go along and listen to Cicerone authors talks.
Damian Hall, author of our Walking in the Cotswolds will be talking the Bristol store on Thursday 8th May 2014 at 7pm.
Essex may not be high on many walkers’ hit lists. In fact it probably doesn’t feature at all. But to overlook this corner of England is to overlook some fantastic and varied walking.
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Cicerone author, Peter Edwards, got in touch to tell us about his recent research trip to the Outer Hebrides and the Isle of Skye. Together with his wife, Fiona, and their labrador, Dougal, Peter undertook a number of day walks and two-day backpacks throughout on Barra, South Uist, Berneray, Harris, Lewis and Skye.