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Sections of National Cycle Network across Highlands downgraded in routes shake-up

Sections of National Cycle Network across Highlands downgraded in routes shake-up

Sections of National Cycle Network across Highlands downgraded in routes shake-up

Huge swathes of the National Cycle Network in the Highlands are to have their official status removed as part of a review.


Through the looking glass on Geal Charn

Through the looking glass on Geal Charn

Through the looking glass on Geal Charn

John Davidson heads to the Monadhliath to climb his first Munro of the year by a lesser-used route


The story of Active Outdoors

The story of Active Outdoors

The story of Active Outdoors

Find out a little bit more about Active Outdoors, and meet the team behind the north's number one outdoors column!


Missing walker sparks call-out of rescue teams

Missing walker sparks call-out of rescue teams

Missing walker sparks call-out of rescue teams

MOUNTAIN rescuers were scrambled when a hillwalker was reported overdue from a hike in the Glen Affric area yesterday.


ScotWays celebrates its 175th anniversary with virtual signpost challenge

ScotWays celebrates its 175th anniversary with virtual signpost challenge

ScotWays celebrates its 175th anniversary with virtual signpost challenge

A CHARITY which has fought for the public's right of access across Scotland for 175 years has issued a quirky invitation to celebrate the milestone.


Lockdown encouraged surge in nature interest and outdoor activities, survey finds

Lockdown encouraged surge in nature interest and outdoor activities, survey finds

Lockdown encouraged surge in nature interest and outdoor activities, survey finds

THE Covid-19 lockdown has turned many Scots into lovers of the great outdoors – a new survey has found.


Council makes changes to Inverness city centre active travel measures

Council makes changes to Inverness city centre active travel measures

Council makes changes to Inverness city centre active travel measures

A new cycle lane on Ness Bridge has been ditched by Highland Council after just four days.


Cairngorms Munro challenge completed

Cairngorms Munro challenge completed

Cairngorms Munro challenge completed

An Aviemore man completed an epic challenge late on Wednesday night when he climbed his last mountain on a continuous round of 58 Munros.


Scots urged to follow access rules after litter problems

Scots urged to follow access rules after litter problems

Scots urged to follow access rules after litter problems

People are being reminded to follow the rules of the countryside when out and about this summer in a new campaign.


Back into the mountain Lair

Back into the mountain Lair

Back into the mountain Lair

After months in lockdown, John Davidson makes the most of the easing of travel restrictions with a fine walk into the hills


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