Garry Fraser

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Outdoor Scotland September 15, 2014

A Ferry Good Job!

Dave Wheeler has the sort of job boys (of all ages!) dream about – he’s in charge of The Hjaltland, the massive NorthLink ferry which sails between Scotland, Orkney and […]

Culture September 10, 2014

The Braemar Gathering

A visit to the Braemar Gathering is like a glass of the finest malt – one you’ve had a taste, you want more! Such an analogy is pertinent as I […]

What's On August 6, 2014

A Climber’s Four-Footed Friend

A man’s best friend is his dog, or so the saying goes. In a search and rescue capacity, dogs have been invaluable over the years, used in the First World […]

Authors July 11, 2014

Garry Fraser

My interests lie, primarily, in music and I am equally happy either listening or performing. However, since starting work on the Scots Magazine just over three years ago I have […]

Take A Hike July 7, 2014

Take a Hike… in the Trossachs

Ben A’an is often called a mountain in miniature – but the word miniature doesn’t mean it’s lacking in challenge. far from it. From the Duke’s Pass this pointed summit rises […]

What's On July 3, 2014

Scotland by Sled

The thrill of riding Scotland by sled behind a pack of huskies is hard to beat. The powerful dogs strain every sinew as they carry their load through the forests and across […]

What's On July 3, 2014

On Your Bike – Highland Perthshire

From the bustling high street of Pitlochry to the empty quiet of Farragon Hill, few rides pack in as much variety as this loop in Highland Perthshire. It’s a case […]

Community July 3, 2014

Take a Hike… to Mount Keen

If you like to get up high and enjoy a bit of solitude on your walks then the most easterly Munro, Mount Keen, is a good place to head. Starting […]

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