Take Care of your Trails Weekend is a co-ordinated nationwide weekend of volunteer-based bike trail maintenance events happening across Scotland, and the rest of Europe, on the weekend of Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th April 2018. The aim of the campaign is to let the mountain biking community know about
Celebrating is what we do really well in Scotland, and if there is one day of the year where you’ll hear a lot of noise from us, it’s St Andrew’s Day (30 November) when Scots and Scots-at-heart celebrate the patron saint of Scotland and our national day with a holiday and fantastic events, which showcase
Celebrate food and drink in a truly stunning location, you can join the fun on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd September 2017 for a weekend full of delicious food and drink, live music, family-friendly entertainment and much more. If you’ve eaten too much, there are plenty of activities to burn off a few calories before
Our new ‘In Your Element’ pop-up banners arrived today. Look out for them at #VisitScotExpo next Wednesday & Thursday where you’ll find Mike, Natalie and Calum welcoming buyers fro around the world.
Scotland’s Great Trails If you’re looking for an awesome challenge to test not only your stamina but also your mental resolve, then why not consider this 250km challenge. Raise for money for your favourite charity or do it just to test yourself. West Highland Way (WHW) The 154Km (96miles) Route starts at Milngavie passes through
Tim Peal and Nikki Woodroffe recently undertook a charity challenge on the Great Glen Canoe Trail and this is how it went… In an effort to raise money for Cancer Research UK and The British Heart Foundation we decided to attempt the Great Glen Canoe trail, which connects the east and west coasts of Scotland.
If you’ve not heard of it before, The Glenfiddich Challenge is an exciting adventure in which 6 Dutch contestants are taken to the Scottish Highlands for a multi-day outdoor challenge. The Dutch Discovery Channel produces the resulting television programme and we were lucky enough to get involved with the challenge this year. We organised a
According to the Marine Conservation Society, Scotland has the highest average litter levels in the UK of six out of the seven sewage-related debris items: condoms, cotton bud sticks, nappies, tampons/tampon applicators, toilet fresheners, and sanitary towels/pantyliners/backing strips. What’s more, last year’s Beachwatch Big Weekend revealed that litter levels on Scottish beaches increased by 24%,
Have you ever seen those kilted men-mountains going head to head in what might be considered as some unusual sporting events? Well, in our experience at least, more and more people are just dying to have a go at traditional Highland Games and find out a bit more about what it’s all about. A lot
The Drambuie Pursuit is over for another year, the 6th year since inception. We’ve been involved since the outset having worked closely with the event organisers Events 22 and Drambuie throughout, organising many of the events, staff and logistics throughout the event. Yet again, the event was a great success despite some rather mixed weather