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Cicerone's seasonal series on exploring the night sky, introducing Cassiopeia and its six most prominent stars.
The pros and cons of sleeping in a bivvy bag or a bothy. Our two outdoor experts and authors Ronald Turnbull and Phoebe Smith have a lively exchange of views. While you can bivvy virtually anywhere, bothies are old stone houses run by the Mountain Bothy Association, and are mainly found in isolated areas of Scotland, northern England and Wales.
The fourth of a seasonal series on exploring the night sky, this time introducing Ursa Minor, the Little Bear and its stars including Polaris, Kochab, Pherkad, Yildun and Zeta.
The third of a seasonal series on exploring the night sky, focussing on the constellation of Ursa Major, the stars Alcor and Mizar and Sidus Ludoviciana, the spurious planet.
Publishers and keen trekkers Jonathan and Lesley Williams reveal their trek packing list and share their top tips on how to decide what to take to keep you comfortable on trek.
Paddy Dillon shares his expert tips on how to pack your rucksack as light as possible to maximise enjoyment and minimise pain when backpacking and trekking.
Outdoor writer Terry Marsh takes time to get up close to some of the wildlife of the Cairngorms and Speyside regions of Scotland, and discusses how best we can both enjoy and protect our more endangered animals within their native habitat.
The second of a seasonal series on exploring the night sky, focussing on the constellation of Canis Major and the dog star, Sirius.
An introduction to the spring flowers of the Fenouillèdes in the south France, between the Corbière Mountains and the Pyrenees near Pic Canigou.
Top tips for safe winter hillwalking, with extra advice on choosing winter boots and using crampons effectively from the Hillwalker’s Guide to Mountaineering