Peter Evans gets 'boulder' on his post-heart attack mountain walks, with an ascent of a rocky Corbett in Torridon
Peter Evans returns to one of his joys in life as he heads out for a road ride as he recovers from a shock heart attack
Peter Evans evades the winter storms to enjoy a family walk around the Lovat Estate
On a walk up a Graham in the strath, Peter Evans bumps into a quad biker fixing the internet connection!
A walk through the woods at Loch Fleet gives Peter Evans an insight into the 19th-century Clearances, as well as some winter-visiting birdlife
Peter Evans connects two towns with a fierce shinty rivalry on a pleasant low-level walk through Badenoch scenery
Peter Evans discovers a sublime scramble in the Northern Corries as he tests himself on the exposed ridge climb to Cairn Gorm
On a walk on the Easter Ross seaboard, Peter Evans finds remnants of a once thriving industry along the shore
Peter Evans takes a sober circuit along the Moray coast, passing a number of distilleries as well as military bases on his latest cycle route
Peter Evans tees up a nice circuit from Nairn that takes in seaside strolling and a walk through woods teeming with wildlife
Peter Evans can't resist a bit of scrambling on a short walk in Wester Ross that is suitable for families as far as the waterfalls
Exploring the Diabaig peninsula on foot, Peter Evans finds the paths are a tougher proposition than they might appear
Peter Evans goes for a stroll by the Spey and discovers a fascinating past in his latest Active Outdoors feature
A plethora of trails through woodland and over moors on the outskirts of Inverness offer Peter Evans a good walking route close to home
Peter Evans enjoys a cool stroll alongside the River Spey in this peaceful walk from Boat of Garten
With the BBC’s Winterwatch set in the Cairngorms earlier this year, it was hard not to get enthused about snowy mountains and their attendant wildlife.…
With heavy snow and gales forecast, I wanted to get up a hill before the bad weather struck. My appetite for Torridon Grahams had been whetted after an…
They follow one after the other on the drive down Glen Torridon, a magnificent triptych. First is Beinn Eighe, then Liathach, their soaring rocky ramparts…
Transporting my road bike out of Inverness opens up wider opportunities for cycling, but I always like to just jump in the saddle and start from home.
Inverlael is the usual starting point for a foray into the rugged Beinn Dearg group of Munros, with potentially four to be picked up in a strenuous day.