Walking in destinations around the world, from gentle strolls to tough, all-day hikes
Regular Cicerone Extra contributor Steve Barham recently explored the famous Caminito del Rey in southern Spain. Now made much safer, it still provides an exhilarating walk above a precipitous gorge, but no longer retains the title of 'most dangerous walk in the world'.
Fancy some winter walking among spectacular Alpine scenery? Then follow Steve Davison as he explores Kandersteg in Switzerland.
Mike Wells escapes the crowds in Africa’s most densely populated country tracking chimpanzees and trekking to the source of the Nile in Rwanda’s Nyungwe National Park.
Above the holiday towns of Nerja and Vélez-Málaga on the Costa del Sol lies the mountainous new National Park of the Sierras de Tejeda, Almijara y Alhama. Cicerone's Lesley and Jonathan Williams set out to explore this range as a quick getaway from the UK's rainy weather.
Walking in the mountains of southern Catalunya in Spain. Close to Barcelona, the hiking in this region is through impressive limestone mountains and ridges, often with views of the Mediterranean Sea.
Guy Hunter-Watts, expert of the region, takes us through the incredible coastal walking to be found in Andalucia, the rich and varied land of southern Spain. He describes the wildlife, gentle walks and a tough climb up La Maroma.
Hiking and mountain biking in the stunning Cappadocia area of central Turkey. Cicerone's Sarah discovers rock cut churches, underground cities, pigeon houses and ‘fairy chimneys’.
Mike Hawtree tells us about some of the hikes in the Valais area of southern Switzerland.
A selection of walks in the Perigord region of southwest France, based near Beaulieu and St Felix. Walks to Montbazillac, St Felix de Villadeix and a route along the Dordogne from St Sozy to the Roc Coulon.
Anecdotes from a 10-day walking holiday on Sardinia, in the Mediterranean spring sunshine, based in Dorgali, Baunei and Aritzo, including the ascent of Punta La Mamora, the highest point on the island.