Given the rainy start to 2020, a lot of us may well have had enough water already this year.  However, Scotland's abundance of water in its various forms provides some amazing landscapes and opportunities to explore. In 2020, Scotland celebrates its Coasts and Waters with a year-long programme of events and activities which will shine

If you like to explore remote, unspoilt areas of the country, Loch Maree offers open space in vast quantities.  You need to drive (or cycle) west of Inverness almost to the coast to reach this wonderful area.  One of the best views in the Highlands is the view you get as you drive over the

If you’re anything like us, it’s often at this time of year you might start planning your adventures for the following year.  You may be new to canoeing or an experienced paddler looking for ideas about where to go and how to go about organising an adventure of your own. Here are some of our

The latest ‘Paddler’ ezine is now available to read online and in print.  As always there are some great articles, but our favourite this time around is ‘In love with the NW Highlands’, a great article with some great ideas about where to go paddling in the remote, north-west Scotland. It’s not all about hard-core

Geoparks Come and explore Scotland’s rocky foundations on its journey through time and around the world. See the remains of deserts, seas, volcanoes and glaciers, which have all left their mark on the landscape. Find out about Scotland’s extraordinary landscape story, three and a half billion years in the making! Scotland’s geoparks In Scotland we