With such a varied landscape of lochs, glens, hills, mountains and coast, Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park is the perfect playground for all kinds of people!  From outdoor enthusiasts, to artists, writers and poets, dog-walkers to those who just appreciate an awesome view or some peace and quiet! The National Park encompasses around

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

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

Without doubt, Inverpolly is one of Scotland and the UK’s last true wilderness areas. It’s the name given to a large area of western Sutherland in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland, north of Ullapool.  The area contains several prominent hills, rising up from a rough landscape of bogs and lochans.  For many years the area

Scotland is pretty good when it comes to hills and mountains.  We’ve got loads of them for a start, we’ve got easy ones, hard ones, short walks and epic adventures. We’ve got some of the most stunning scenery in the world and on its day, a day in the mountains of Scotland is hard to

This looks like another great addition to the existing network of Scotland’s long distance trails. The idea of developing the Affric Kintail Way is to promote an area of outstanding natural beauty to a wider walkers’ audience by extending the well-known walk through Glen Affric over to the west at Kintail by providing a link

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

We know the River Spey pretty well give how important it is to our business, however, there’s so much more to the River Spey that most people probably don’t realise, and to be honest that I didn’t know until recently.  I hope this quick History of the River Spey will be of interest to you