- Writers encouraged to turn mountain dreams into words June 2, 2020Hill walkers and climbers who are missing the mountains are being urged to turn their frustration into words for a literary contest.
- Clampdown warning after surge in visitors to popular outdoor beauty spots June 1, 2020People in the Highlands are being reminded that restrictions on travel mean outdoor activities are not yet back to normal.
- My Outdoors Q&A: John D Burns May 29, 2020Inverness-based author and lover of the wild Highlands John D Burns is missing the freedom of the outdoors as he answers our lockdown questions
- New man to lead John Muir Trust board May 28, 2020A wild land charity which owns many Highland areas including Knoydart, Sandwood Bay and the summit of Ben Nevis has appointed a new chair.
- Call for school paths in green transport plan May 27, 2020Highland Council is facing calls to be “more ambitious” after winning government cash to revolutionise the Inverness road network.
- Marathon effort required to help tourism bounce back May 27, 2020With the Loch Ness 360 Challenge cancelled for this weekend, John Davidson hopes a route out of lockdown can help the area recover
- Council awarded more than £750k for network of walking and cycling routes May 25, 2020Ambitious plans for a network of walking and cycling routes in Inverness have been awarded £752,954.
- Safety plea as more people expected on country roads May 23, 2020A leading cycling charity has teamed up with farmers to urge rural road users of all types to keep safe this summer.
A 50-mile coast-to-coast duathlon in mid-summer
The community behind the annual Highland Cross fundraiser came together to mark another year of giving at a ceremony in Inverness. Five Highland charities were awarded new vehicles or funding on November 20 after being selected to benefit from the proceeds of this summer’s event.
Loch Ness 360
Off-road loop and challenge events around Loch Ness
A recce of the Loch Ness 360 route between Foyers and Dores, heading over the Fair Haired Lad’s Pass and up the infamous Corkscrew road at Inverfarigaig.
Some of the cycle routes I've written for Scottish Cycling magazine (routes will be added here soon)
In the shadow of Britain’s highest mountain, it seems somewhat incongruous to find a flat, family-friendly route where you can let the children loose to explore.