Our April Issue

Out now!

Our April issue is in shops now, and available on subscription.

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Check out some of the great content and imagery below…




The ever-popular and super-scenic West Highland Way is this month’s Great Scottish Journey

We Focus On the culture, history and nature of Argyll And Bute

We tests out holiday lets with a striking difference!

Discover our horticultural gems Scotland’s Gardens

Hotel and restaurant reviews of first class accommodation and fine dining

Cameron McNeish roams round the bonnie Borders

Take A Hike details a super stroll in Strathyre

Thrills on the Nevis Range trails and tracks in On Your Bike

Exciting must-see and must-do events in Around Scotland

Polly Pullar seeks out Scotland’s feral goats




Bobby’s Back In Town – Robert Carlyle talks both sides of the Atlantic

A Wee Blether With… Dead By Dawn film festival director Adele Hartley

Comic artist Frank Quitely chats to us about superheroes and the Broons

The Scottish archivist at Nestle’s chocolate factory takes the biscuit!

Top chef Carina Contini’s Easter specials

Why mountain legend Hamish Brown is still going strong

Kenny McAskill introduces a Falkirk man, voted the Greatest Canadian




Out of all the trees in Scotland, nature expert Jim Crumley has one particular favourite

Aurora Borealis photography feature – why Scotland’s the best place to witness this marvellous sight

Musical collaborations are the name of the game in Sound Of Scotland

Top author Vivian French and new reviews on our Scottish Bookshelf

For Slàinte Mhath expert Euan Duguid has a dram at Dalwhinnie

You can find the very best of new Scottish produce on Made In Scotland

Scots Magazine readers have their say in Scotland’s National Park Debate

Q Aye is bursting with fun facts to test your knowledge of Scotland

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