- Council wants Scottish Government support to tackle ‘uncontrolled camping’ August 3, 2020Highland councillors have agreed to call for help from the Scottish Government to tackle "uncontrolled camping".
- Step in the right direction for Highway Code July 31, 2020Pedestrian and cycling groups have welcomed proposals to update the Highway Code as part of ambitious plans to boost walking and wheeling.
- Scotland's cycle network 'could be the envy of Europe' July 31, 2020As huge parts of the cycle network in the Highlands are reclassified, John Davidson spoke to Sustrans Scotland director John Lauder about its future
- Over the hills and Farr away July 29, 2020John Davidson gets on his bike to enjoy a road ride from Inverness, taking in a high road past a local wind farm – and finds good company on his way
- Highland cyclists join biking legend July 27, 2020Scottish Tour de France legend Philippa York’s first experience of cycling in the north Highlands has been “an adventure every day”.
- Outdoor community asked to help tackle litter problem on Scotland's hills July 24, 2020Hill walkers and climbers are being asked to help keep Scotland's mountains clear of litter as lockdown restrictions are eased.
- Mountain guide on 58-Munro challenge – 'It was actively unpleasant!' July 23, 2020John Davidson speaks to mountain and trail running guide Ian Stewart about his six-day, 400km Cairngorm Parkrun challenge
- Sections of National Cycle Network across Highlands downgraded in routes shake-up July 22, 2020Huge swathes of the National Cycle Network in the Highlands are to have their official status removed as part of a review.
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.