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Christmas Books - Our Top Picks of 2021

Despite Covid-19, 2021 has been a good year for outdoor literature. From inspiring new guidebooks to historical biographies, accounts of epic journeys to mountain-related fiction, the team at UKClimbing and UKHillwalking pick their stand-out titles of the last 12 months.


Latest Reviews

These are reviews from the UKH editorial team

Joss Naylor's Lakes, Meres and Waters of the Lake District

Brilliantly written, and a visual feast, this book is an inspiring celebration of the landscape and culture of the Lake District, and a fitting tribute to one if its truly great characters, says Rob Greenwood.

Christmas Books - Our Top Picks of 2020

If lockdowns have hit our outdoor lives this year, then at least many of us have had more time for reading. In our annual festive feature, staff and contributors at UKClimbing and UKHillwalking review their favourite books of 2020. It's a varied...

Walking in the Peak District - White Peak East

When it comes to walking, the Dark Peak and its gritstone edges tend to receive most attention; but those in search of something a little different, and no less stunning, should look to the White Peak. This new guidebook captures the...

Skye's Cuillin Ridge Traverse

Written by Skye-based guide Adrian Trendall, Cicerone's new guidebook to the Cuillin Ridge Traverse documents this classic...

Christmas Books - Our Recommendations

From inspiring new guides, both rock and hill, to biography, fiction and poetry, staff at UKC/UKH pick their favourite...

The Big Rounds by David Lintern

Whether you're a keen hill runner or a walker with ambition, this attractive book is an information-packed celebration of three...

Christmas Books - Our Recommendations

From inspiring new rock guides and big name autobiographies, through glossy photography books to some fascinating...


Latest News

These are announcements direct from this brand

Two new Fellrangers from Cicerone: Mardale and the Far East and Patterdale

Mark Richard's series of eight detailed guides to walking throughout the Lake District fells. Fellranger guides give comprehensive coverage of the mountains, examining all the main paths and routes to the summits, and providing options ...

Walking the Shropshire Way from Cicerone Press

A two-week circular trail including the Wrekin, Stiperstones and Wenlock Edgeby by John Gillham.

Wasdale and Langdale Fellranger books from Cicerone

Calling all hillwalkers, peak-baggers and fell wanderers…

The Big Rounds by Cicerone

The Big Rounds - the Bob Graham, the Paddy Buckley and the Charlie Ramsay - are Britain's three most challenging long-distance...

A new guidebook to walking the Galloway Hills by Cicerone Press

A new Cicerone guidebook describing mountain walks in the Galloway Hills of southern...

Outdoor Adventures with Children - Lake District from Cicerone Press

Unplug and unwind with the kids on an adventure or three in the Lake District. Discover...

Cicerone 50 Years of Adventure Competition

Cicerone is 50 in 2019 and, as part of our celebrations, we have a very special competition for you.


Articles

Articles featuring this brand

Camping Nights in Green Nylon: The Ups and Downs of Bivvy Life

Bivvies can be the nastiest nights there are, says Ronald Turnbull, but when they're not, they're the nicest nights of all. Here he examines the rationality of his bivvy bag habit, and passes on a few tips for bivvy beginners.

Backpacking Walking the Tour of the Lake District

The Tour of the Lake District is a 145km circular journey, visiting all the main valleys in the National Park. Lesley Williams, author of a new Cicerone guide to the route, explains the attraction of the Tour, and the joys and challenges of working on a...

Scrambling Lake District Scrambles: 10 of the best

John Fleetwood, author of Cicerone's two updated Lake District scrambling guides, lifts the lid on some of his favourite hands-on routes on the fells.

Desert Island Peaks Mark Richards

For a bit of vicarious lockdown fun we've asked some well known outdoor folk to name the mountains they'd most like to take to a fictional island....

Trekking Hike Norway - 10 Best Treks of the South

Norway has some of the most spectacular backpacking in the world - and once travel restrictions ease, it's just a short flight...

Destination Scotland's Border Country – Where Hill Running's Been in Vogue for 500 Years

North of the Scottish-English border lies some of most underrated hill country in...

Interview Mark Richards, Author of Walking the Lakeland Fells

More words must have been written about the Lake District than any other UK mountain area, but there's always...

Scrambling Cuillin Traverse: Taking the Easier Route

Competition WINNER - Win a signed copy of Cicerone's Skye Cuillin Ridge Traverse guidebook

Backpacking Walking the New Shropshire Way

My Mountains - Guidebook Guru Paddy Dillon


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