The firing range at Cape Wrath will be the focal point for part of the largest NATO exercise in decades next week as allied nations join forces.
John Davidson enjoys a gentle woodland walk with the family at Boat of Garten, where he finds plenty to do
Four Highland charities are set to receive new vehicles to help their community efforts thanks to a unique event that is marking its 40th anniversary.
An ultra marathon that saw a record turnout take on the challenge of completing a loop of Loch Ness last year is set to return this spring.
A love of the outdoors is one of the most attractive qualities in a potential partner for people in the Highlands and Islands, according to research.
Scotland's leading youth hostel organisation is looking for new board members who can inspire young people to experience the country at its best.
Visiting the fire-hit Lookout Hide at Insh Marshes nature reserve, John Davidson takes a winter wander along the fascinating Invertromie Trail
People are being urged not to risk their own safety by entering forests where storm damage is still being assessed and cleared.
Most businesses in the Highlands consider their links with the local community as either equal to or more important than their profitable growth.
Minor roads in the west Highlands that offer vital routes for local people as well as access to remote mountains and glens are to be improved.
Ben Wyvis is at the centre of a bid to become Scotland’s newest national park.
A series of public events starting this week will outline the case for a new national park stretching through Glen Affric to Loch Ness.
Work on the Riverside Way active travel scheme in Inverness have been hit by delays after developers came across an old gas main.
John Davidson enjoys some rare winter sunshine on a family walk in a popular Highland forest
Walkers are being warned to avoid some forestry sites in the Highlands after paths and bridges are thought to have been damaged in recent storms.
Author and TV presenter Cameron McNeish is hosting a talk about the great outdoors at an Inverness school next week.
Coastal walks are the most popular way to spend time outdoors in the Highlands, according to new research from the National Trust for Scotland.
An update on the Riverside Way cycle route in Inverness is to be shared at a public drop-in event later this month.
See what's on in 2024 with the Active Outdoors events list covering much of the Highlands and Islands, Moray and Aberdeenshire.
People in the far north are being reminded that they can access national resources available to support their mental health over the holidays.