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£218k raised towards £300k An Teallach path repairs – but this is just the start

£218k raised towards £300k An Teallach path repairs – but this is just the start

£218k raised towards £300k An Teallach path repairs – but this is just the start

There are growing demands for a sustainable system to fund path repairs on Scotland’s mountains a year into a campaign to fix routes on An Teallach.


ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Head in the clouds on dramatic Torridon scramble

ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Head in the clouds on dramatic Torridon scramble

ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Head in the clouds on dramatic Torridon scramble

John Davidson completes a long-awaited and exhilarating hill walk and scramble on one of Torridon’s beautiful sandstone giants


The man behind the ‘Munro bagging’ craze revealed in Inverness exhibition

The man behind the ‘Munro bagging’ craze revealed in Inverness exhibition

The man behind the ‘Munro bagging’ craze revealed in Inverness exhibition

A man who started climbing Munros with Inverness Royal Academy’s Outdoor Club in 1971 is bringing an exhibition of the man behind the list to the city


10 most wanted clothing and homeware shops in Inverness

10 most wanted clothing and homeware shops in Inverness

10 most wanted clothing and homeware shops in Inverness

From global fashion empire Zara, to international homeware store IKEA, here are some store suggestions from our readers.


New faces on the Street Food Trail in Inverness

New faces on the Street Food Trail in Inverness

New faces on the Street Food Trail in Inverness

Foodie fans are set for fresh culinary delights to tantalise their taste buds after the Inverness street food scene added two new faces.


ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Walk up Dunbeath Strath adds to wonder of the past

ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Walk up Dunbeath Strath adds to wonder of the past

ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Walk up Dunbeath Strath adds to wonder of the past

John Davidson enjoys an evening stroll up the Dunbeath Water, visiting two brochs, a ruined inn and other historic points of interest


NICKY MARR: Not quite signing out after 22 years

NICKY MARR: Not quite signing out after 22 years

NICKY MARR: Not quite signing out after 22 years

I never set out to be a writer but 22 years ago I landed myself a wee side-line; a column with The Inverness Courier.


New TV series inspired by Black Isle regular Ian Rankin’s iconic Rebus set to air this week

New TV series inspired by Black Isle regular Ian Rankin’s iconic Rebus set to air this week

New TV series inspired by Black Isle regular Ian Rankin’s iconic Rebus set to air this week

A new BBC show inspired by the work of a popular crime writer – a well-known face on the Black Isle – will be broadcast for the first time on Friday.


ACTIVE OUTDOORS­­: Bluebells and smells on Loch Ness woodland circuit

ACTIVE OUTDOORS­­: Bluebells and smells on Loch Ness woodland circuit

ACTIVE OUTDOORS­­: Bluebells and smells on Loch Ness woodland circuit

John Davidson enjoys a gentle run around the woods at Dores and discovers it’s the perfect time for these wonderful spring flowers


ACTIVE OUTDOORS: A new bridge in Glen Affric proves popular with walkers

ACTIVE OUTDOORS: A new bridge in Glen Affric proves popular with walkers

ACTIVE OUTDOORS: A new bridge in Glen Affric proves popular with walkers

Path upgrades and a new bridge have improved a popular walking route in the Highlands’ most beautiful glen. John Davidson went to take a look


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