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

Due to an upgrade and switch over to a new online booking platform, you may experience some disruption if trying to book the following activities online from 3rd to 6th March. TreeZone Aerial Adventure Course Segways at Aviemore Archery at Aviemore In the meantime you can still check availability and book by calling the Rothiemurchus

Canoe Scotland have added some new information and guidelines to their website for any paddlers looking for some dos and don'ts or top tips to help minimise the impact of paddling in locations across Scotland. There are guidelines covering: Wild camping (including restrictions when paddling near scheduled monuments e.g. Caledonian Canal) Sanitation (e.g. going to

Whenever we head to the outdoors for work or recreation we should all be keeping a few simple guidelines in mind, to help minimise the impact we have on the environment around us.  We can all do our bit, in however little a way, to help preserve what is becoming a landscape under pressure from

Our latest newsletter is now available to read online.  In this issue of the newsletter: 5 stars for TreeZone again Director Brenda busy out of the office Activities for the October Holidays Secret Adventures Winter Skills & Whisky Where can you be ‘In Your Element’ Experience Gift Vouchers

Our latest newsletter (although first in our new guise as In Your Element) is now available to read online.  Use the following link to see what’s new in our world of outdoor adventures across Scotland.

Mountain biking is huge in Scotland, it’s also pretty awesome. Whether you’re new to the sport or a seasoned trail rider, there are loads of places you can find out about what you need, where to learn, where to ride and how to get involved in developing the sport in your local area.  This blog

Our latest ‘Keeping in Touch’ Newsletter is now available to read online, just follow the link below: What’s in it this month? – Treezone Loch Lomond – building work underway – New staff – WW Sledging on the River Garry in 2015 – Fundraising challenges to get involved with in 2015 – Paddle Walking Munros

A graphic novel about the conservationist John Muir has been distributed to schools all over Scotland to spread the word about his legacy. The book, with illustrations by William Goldsmith, is entitled John Muir – Earth-Planet, Universe and is aimed at pupils in years S1-S3. Produced by the Scottish Book Trust to tie in with