- Golden eagle chick fledges at Dundreggan August 13, 2020A rewilding charity is celebrating after golden eagles returned to breed at its Highland estate after a 40-year absence.
- Commuters urged to walk or cycle as schools in Scotland prepare to reopen August 9, 2020A campaign has been launched encouraging commuters to consider active travel options and plan their journeys as schools in Scotland get set to reopen.
- Steep learning curve on Ben Wyvis August 7, 2020Moray reporter Chris Saunderson pulls on his hiking boots to climb his first Munro – but will it be his last?
- New campaign urges tourists to 'bin it or take it home' August 6, 2020BIN it or take it home! That's the message visitors to the Highlands are being urged to follow after the launch of a new campaign.
- Drivers urged to slow down near schools August 6, 2020Highland Council and Police Scotland are urging drivers to slow down near schools as term starts next week.
- Calls for action to understand tourism impact August 5, 2020Highlands and Islands MSP John Finnie has called on the Scottish Government to commission research on the impact of tourism in Scotland.
- Parents urged to ditch the car for the school run ahead of new term August 5, 2020Health promotion bodies have joined forces, calling for Scotland's parents to rethink the school run, as pupils get set to return to class next week.
- Strathpuffer on course to go ahead in 2021 announce organisers August 4, 202024-hour cycling event to take place in January
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.