How to climb some of Scotland’s best hills
If you are thinking of bagging a Munro, here is a video beginners guide in collaboration with This is Life from BBC Scotland.
Famous for its distinctive shape and rocky crags and the challenge of ‘threading the needle’, climbing the Cobbler is a great introduction to the hills in Scotland. Here is how to climb it.
Assynt’s landscape of otherworldly rock formations is literally jaw-dropping – Suilven, Cul Mor, and one of the most popular hills to climb in Scotland – Stac Pollaidh. Here is how to climb it.
Above turquoise waters and white sandy beaches rise the otherworldly rock formations of Assynt in the Scottish Highlands. Climb the mighty Suilven for one of best hillwalking days in the whole of Britain.
If you fancy getting out for a walk in Scotland, you don’t have to head to the Highlands. Here is how to climb the Pentland Hills.
With a perfect Scottish summer in full bloom, we headed up Ben Lomond and the Ptarmigan Ridge to take in the spectacular views.