No visit to Scotland is complete without a walk in the spectacular Glen Coe. Follow me!
Grey Mare’s Tail is one of Scotland’s most spectacular waterfalls, descending 200ft from Loch Skeen in the stunning Dumfriesshire countryside.
With a perfect Scottish summer in full bloom, we headed up Ben Lomond and the Ptarmigan Ridge to take in the spectacular views.
Last weekend we climbed our first Munro, Ben Vorlich, which stands 985m above Loch Earn. Here is what I learnt from climbing a Munro.
The East Neuk of Fife is one of my favourite places in Scotland. We visited Elie and the Fife Coastal Path.
Just to the west of Edinburgh, and hidden in the valley of the River Almond, the Almondell Country Park is 97 acres of unspoilt woodland and spectacular views. It is beautiful whatever time of the year you visit.
Take a walk through the woods to Maspie Den. Once a hunting park for Stuart Kings and Queens, the Falkland Estate is very picturesque and a more than little spooky.
On one of the last sunny summer days for this year, we headed up to Bonaly and Torduff to walk the Water Walk, in the beautiful Pentland Hills Regional Park.
Swanston is a must visit Edinburgh village and with its location on the Capital View walk, makes for a lovely couple of hours rambling, especially when summer unexpectedly arrives!