Katrina Patrick

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Outdoor Scotland March 15, 2016

Take A Tour of Scotland…

Planning a trip around Scotland, but not sure where to start? Check out the interactive map below of some of the must-visit places we’ve covered on our website. From snippets on national landmarks to tall […]

Focus March 10, 2016

Focus Follow Up: Borders

The monument in Princes Street might be the most imposing memorial to Sir Walter Scott, but his house at Abbotsford, near Selkirk, is certainly the most grandiose This magnificent building […]

Outdoor Scotland March 9, 2016

Scotlanders | Mini Adventures

For Dougie from the Scotlanders, every weekend is a chance to go exploring Hello again. It’s been a few weeks since your favourite traveller blogged for you. Hope you all […]

People March 9, 2016

Tom Weir | The Big Ben

Ben Nevis is the highest and most sought-after mountain in Britain, and here Tom Weir gives us an insight into its climbing history, the first assent by wheelbarrow, and some tips for […]

Culture March 7, 2016

What’s In A Name? | Part 1

Inspired by the Our Gaelic Landscape workshop at the Fort William Mountain Festival this year, this series explores the history behind some of Scotland’s more unusual place names The names in this […]

Outdoor Scotland March 3, 2016

Bookshops with #ScotSpirit!

VisitScotland have compiled a list of favourite bookshops to visit on World Book Day  The Bookshop, Wigtown Wigtown, Scotland’s National Book Town for nearly 20 years, is home to a bewildering […]

Culture March 2, 2016

Wildcat Versus Lynx

Save one from extinction or reintroduce the other? Jim Crumley asks which is easier   Finally, I saw something lying at the foot of a tree, inert as gravestones, but […]

People March 2, 2016

Tom Weir | The Wonder of Wildlife

Regular­ readers of mine will know that I take a walk every morning, and recently I’ve been taking a female companion along— little Nell, a young semi-collie who gives me […]

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