From urban exploration to loch-side strolls and climbing the mountains, the best way of seeing Scotland is on foot. If you fancy getting into walking in Scotland, here is my beginners guide.
On the southern edge of the Cairngorm National Park is Corrie Fee, Scotland’s most dramatic glacial valley. Let’s explore!
It is the drama of the mountains which give the Scottish Highlands their character and with 282 Munros (mountains over 3000ft) to ‘bag’, climbing them is a national pastime – here are 10 Munros to climb.
To spot Scotland’s Big 5 in the wild requires a bit of patience and a lot of luck – and a visit to Highland Safaris in Perthshire.
From getting lost in the fog to a race against the dark, here is how not to make the same mistakes bagging a Munro as us!
The Trossachs has beautiful woodlands, the pretty towns of Callendar and Aberfeldy, and one of my favourite hills in Scotland, Ben Ledi.
Scotland has recently been voted as one of the top ten countries to visit in 2017 and for good reason. This is what I plan to get up to in 2017, why don’t you join in?
Think you know Scotland’s Lochs? With over 32,000 to discover, here are 5 of my favourite lochs in Scotland you might not know about.
Let me introduce you to the Ardnamurchan Peninsula, one of Scotland’s true hidden gems.
No visit to Scotland is complete without a walk in the spectacular Glen Coe. Follow me!
A walk report of climbing Beinn Ghlass and Ben Lawers, and why I started bagging Munros.