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Christmas Books - Our Recommendations

From biography and photography to guidebooks galore, lovers of mountain books have had plenty to celebrate over the last year. We've picked our favourites.


Latest Reviews

These are reviews from the UKH editorial team

Trail & Fell Running in the Lake District Guidebook

Lakes-based fell runner John Fleetwood looks at the new Cicerone guide to running in the Lake District. There may not be much here for old hands, he says, but for novice runners or newcomers to the fells, it's got a lot to offer.

Ski Touring & Snowshoeing in the Dolomites by James Rushforth

Covering ground on both ski and snow shoes, this new Cicerone guide to one of the world's most spectacular mountain ranges is packed with classic snowy days for visitors of all abilities, reckons Mike Kann

Christmas Books - Our Recommendations

From impressive new guides to works of literature, 2016 has seen a bumper crop of great mountain reads. We've picked our favourites. Stick them on your Christmas list, settle by the fire... and come up for air in 2017!

Trail Running: Chamonix & the Mont Blanc Region

While Chamonix has traditionally been a base for mountaineering it now has world renowned trail running races...

8000m - Climbing the world's highest mountains

Jack Geldard reviews the new coffee table book '8000 Metres - Climbing the world's highest...

Canyoning In The Alps Cicerone Guide

A guidebook to the most celebrated canyoning descents in the alpine regions of northern Italy and Ticino (Switzerland), with...

Great Mountain Days in Scotland

David Gibson, Chief Officer of the MCofS, reviews a new guidebook by UKH's own Dan Bailey. Great Mountain Days in Scotland covers a cherry...


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New Bible for Mountain Huts

For those who love wild places, there is nothing more magical than a night spent in the mountain hut, with spectacular views and the stars for neighbours. This entertaining and informative book is a celebration of mountain huts.

Walking the Hebridean Way, by Richard Barrett

There is something about the Western Isles that casts a spell over the heart, drawing visitors back time and again. Perhaps it's their unique beauty: flower-strewn machair, white shell beaches and wild moorland? Maybe it's the music of the...

8000m - Climbing the World's highest mountains by Alan Hinkes

Renowned mountaineer Alan Hinkes relates his experiences of climbing all 14 of the world's highest peaks in his long-awaited book 8000 metres: climbing the world's highest mountains. Alongside stunning photography, he describes...

Canyoning in the Alps Cicerone Guide

A guidebook to the most celebrated canyoning descents in the alpine regions of northern Italy and Ticino (Switzerland), with...

Mountain Adventures in Chamonix

The world-renowned valley and surrounding mountains of Chamonix have long been regarded as a dream destination for alpine adventures. For...

Great Mountain Days in Scotland by Dan Bailey

Great Mountain Days in Scotland by UKH Editor Dan Bailey offers a selection of 50 challenging routes across Scotland.

Cicerone Guide: Winter Climbs in the Cairngorms

Book information and sample route. Winter Climbs in the Cairngorms by Allen Fyffe and Blair Fyffe, now in its sixth...


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