News, views and guidebooks for walking, trekking and cycling
Just a quick post from the Cicerone office, as I am trying to sort out a few last jobs before I head off on a week’s holiday. I am off to the Dolgellau in North Wales for a week mountain biking and walking on the Cader Idris. I must raid the Cicerone office bookshelf before […]
‘Great Mountain Days in the Lake District‘ is due to be published by Cicerone later this month. As part of the launch, the author Mark Richards will be giving an illustrated talk at Sam Read’s book in Grasmere on the 9th April at 4pm. At the Keswick Mountain Festival in May, Mark will be hosting a […]
Well, it was another busy weekend for Cicerone at the NEC Outdoors Show. It’s always great to get to meet the readers and users of our guides, and help plan your next walk, trek or adventure. We’ve tentatively booked for next year, and are exploring a few different options. So watch this space…
Cicerone authors Mark Richards and Kev Reynolds will be giving talks at Stanfords in Covent Garden. Join Mark Richards on 29th April, as he introduces his latest book Great Mountain Days in the Lake District. And on 30th April, let outdoor writer and photographer Kev Reynolds convey you to another world as he describes trekking […]
It has been a hectic week here at the Cicerone office, getting ready for the Outdoors Show at the NEC this weekend. If you are coming to the show, don’t forget to call by our stand – AT305. We’ve got the usual Cicerone special offers, plus some advance copies of Great Mountain Days in the […]
We have just found out that Cicerone have won the gold award for the fourth year running. Readers of ‘Walk’, the Rambler’s Association magazine voted Cicerone as the best walking book in their annual reader awards – thanks to everyone who voted for us.
Cicerone have just sent the proofs for Great Mountain Days in the Lake District off to the printers – it looks great, and there are lots of interesting routes to keep me busy this summer. The weather was great last weekend, so I headed up to Langdale with the details of ‘Walk One – Lingmoor Fell’ […]