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Outdoor Scotland March 20, 2017

Tom Weir | Walking Points | 6

Part 6 of Tom’s 1980 article on his love of walking – from John O’Groats to Land’s End   Part One – The Opening of the West Highland Way Part Two – Walking the […]

Outdoor Scotland March 14, 2017

Tom Weir | Walking Points | 5

Part 4 of Tom’s 1980 article on his love of walking – from John O’Groats to Land’s End   Part One – The Opening of the West Highland Way Part Two – Walking the […]

Outdoor Scotland March 7, 2017

A Capital Castle Hunt

You’d be forgiven for thinking that the imposing Edinburgh Castle is the capital’s only stronghold, but come closer and I’ll let you in on a secret…   With its epic […]

Outdoor Scotland March 7, 2017

Tom Weir | Walking Points | 4

Part 4 of Tom’s 1980 article on his love of walking   Part One – The Opening of the West Highland Way Part Two – Walking the West Highland Way Part Three – Walking […]

Islands March 2, 2017

Songs for St Kilda

To celebrate 60 years since the National Trust for Scotland began managing St Kilda, a collection of songs have been released, inspired by the dual World Heritage Site.   The Wren […]

Outdoor Scotland March 1, 2017

Embrace The Highland Capital

Laura Brown finds that there’s something about Inverness that’s simply spellbinding   With a river at its heart the setting of Inverness mirrors many larger Scottish towns, but the capital of the […]

Outdoor Scotland February 20, 2017

Tom Weir | Walking Points | 3

Part 3 of Tom’s 1980 article on the West Highland Way’s opening   Read Part One on the Opening Ceremony, here.   One of the little perks I got that day […]

Outdoor Scotland February 14, 2017

Tom Weir | Walking Points

FOR the official opening of the West Highland Way in October, the weather could hardly have been worse. Floods, a cold, gale-force wind and battering rain.   Instead of a […]

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