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Christmas reading list 2019  © Dan Bailey

Christmas Books - Our Recommendations

From inspiring new guides, both rock and hill, to biography, fiction and poetry, staff at UKC/UKH pick their favourite titles of the last year. Whether you're stuck for present ideas or writing your own note to Santa, these are our top seasonal reads.


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The Big Rounds montage  © Cicerone

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 timeless classics of the British hills - the Bob Graham, Paddy Buckley and Charlie Ramsay Rounds - says Dan Bailey.

Rob in his natural element  © Rob Greenwood
Rob in his natural element  © Rob Greenwood

Christmas Books - Our Recommendations

From inspiring new rock guides and big name autobiographies, through glossy photography books to some fascinating writing compilations, readers this Christmas will be spoilt for choice. Here are our favourites.

Rob Greenwood counteracting the benefits of Moffatt's Mastermind with Taylor's Port  © Penny Orr
Rob Greenwood counteracting the benefits of Moffatt's Mastermind with Taylor's Port  © Penny Orr

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.

Dolomites ski tours & snow shoeing montage  © UKC Gear
Dolomites ski tours & snow shoeing montage  © UKC Gear

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...

Xmas 2016 reading list montage  © UKC Gear
Xmas 2016 reading list montage  © UKC Gear

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...

mont blanc running montage  © Kingsley Jones
mont blanc running montage  © Kingsley Jones

Trail Running: Chamonix & the Mont Blanc Region

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

Hinkes Montage 8000m Book  © Alan Hinkes
Hinkes Montage 8000m Book  © Alan Hinkes

8000m - Climbing the world's highest mountains

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


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Walking the Shropshire Way 3x2  © Cicerone Press

Walking the Shropshire Way from Cicerone Press

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

Runner on Halls Fell Ridge, Bob Graham Round  © David Lintern
Runner on Halls Fell Ridge, Bob Graham Round  © David Lintern

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 mountain rounds and this guidebook is packed full of advice on how to tackle them from running and backpacking experts.

Mountain Adventures Innsbruck thumb  © Cicerone
Mountain Adventures Innsbruck thumb  © Cicerone

Discover a range of adventures in Innsbruck with this new Cicerone guidebook

This guidebook presents 60 routes covering some of the best day walks, scrambles, hut-to-hut walks, alpine mountaineering, sport climbing, via ferratas, mountain-biking routes, road rides, city and trail runs...

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...

Walking the Hebridean Way Cover Shot  © Cicerone
Walking the Hebridean Way Cover Shot  © Cicerone

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...

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

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...

Canyoning in the Alps 4  © Cicerone Press
Canyoning in the Alps 4  © Cicerone Press

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...


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Wasdale and Langdale Fellranger  © Cicerone Press

Competition WINNER - Win signed copies of Cicerone Fellranger books plus a copy of Navigation

Calling all hillwalkers, peak-baggers and fell wanderers… Cicerone are giving you the chance win signed copies of the Wasdale and Langdale Fellranger books, as well as a copy of Navigation!

Helvellyn and White Side from Raise (Bob Graham, leg 2)  © Cicerone
Helvellyn and White Side from Raise (Bob Graham, leg 2)  © Cicerone

Competition Win a Big Rounds backpacking bundle with Cicerone

Win a Big Rounds backpacking bundle! The Big Rounds - the Bob Graham, the Paddy Buckley and the Charlie Ramsay - are Britain's three most challenging long-distance mountain rounds and this guidebook is packed full of advice on how to...

A family outdoor adventure is much better than an afternoon playing Minecraft  © Rachel Crolla & Carl McKeating
A family outdoor adventure is much better than an afternoon playing Minecraft  © Rachel Crolla & Carl McKeating

Opinion Why You Should Get Out More With the Kids

Outdoors writer and primary school teacher Rachel Crolla, co-author of a new child-oriented guide to the Lake District, explains why having outdoor adventures with the children is more important than ever.


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