A leading cycling charity has teamed up with farmers to urge rural road users of all types to keep safe this summer.
The Cairngorms National Park Authority is reminding everyone to continue to stay at home except for essential purposes this Bank Holiday weekend.
The wildlife photographer, guide and author shares his highs and lows of lockdown life for a man used to spending time with nature in the Cairngorms
Hiking, canoeing and outdoor swimming are among the outdoor activities mentioned in a possible first phase of lockdown restrictions being lifted.
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Our series looking at historic paths across the Highlands continues with John Davidson's review of the Corrieyairack Pass from Laggan to Fort Augustus
Mountain bikers, skiers, snow boarders, hill walkers and climbers are being asked to help an outdoor activity centre get back up and running.
Scotland's active travel commissioner has praised Highland Council's response to an offer of funding for temporary walking and cycling routes.
A radical plan to close much of Inverness city centre to traffic nightly is part of a vision to redraw the road system while aiding social distancing.
Mountaineering organisations are helping to develop a safe route back to the hills but have urged enthusiasts to 'hold the line' for now.
Dozens of tourism businesses from across the north Highlands have signed a letter to the First Minister demanding action to support the industry.