Many who enjoy the outdoors and that have spent time in the mountainous areas of Scotland will be aware of mountain bothies.  They may even have made use of one or two of them over the years.  Lots of others won’t know of their existence, but may have perhaps wondered what that abandoned looking old

Loch Ericht (Scottish Gaelic, Loch Eireachd) is a freshwater loch on the border between Perth and Kinross and the Highlands with a north-east to south-west orientation.  The village of Dalwhinnie lies at the north east end of the loch and it is the tenth largest freshwater lake in Scotland.  Loch Ericht is surrounded by a

Scotland is already home to a number of famous long-distance touring routes, whether that is on foot, in a canoe or kayak on water or by road or bike. We have it all. We have the Great Glen Canoe Trail, West Highland Way, North Coast 500, North East 250 and the Argyll Coastal Route to