All Outdoor Scotland Posts


Outdoor Scotland April 20, 2016

Craigievar Castle

It’s pink for goodness sake. This 17th Century Baronial style home is my favourite of Aberdeenshire’s many castles for its absolute uniqueness. You almost expect to see Prince Charming tottering […]

Outdoor Scotland April 20, 2016

Castle Campbell

I never tire of this spot at Castle Campbell. Enjoying an immaculate setting in Dollar Glen, the castle makes up for its fairly quiet military history with an enduring romantic […]

Outdoor Scotland April 20, 2016

Caerlaverock Castle

Ah, you’ve got to love a good moat – and there certainly isn’t a better one than the one at Caerlaverock Castle. In an incredibly rare occurrence, Caerlaverock’s romantic triangular […]

Islands April 18, 2016

Focus on Skye – The Cuillin

The wonders of Skye are the subject of Garry’s 7-page Focus in our May issue, and here’s his bonus follow up: The Magnificent Cuillin If the Trotternish hills can be […]

Culture April 13, 2016

A… Chaos of Swans?

When startled by a microlight or helicopter, geese and whooper swans have an unusual and dramatically different response…   Sometimes the hardest part is getting into the passenger seat from […]

Travel Blogs April 6, 2016

Scotlanders | On Public Transport

When it comes to Scotland, lack of personal transport is no excuse not to go exploring… Okay, I admit it. I’m completely addicted to adventure. I feed my habit as […]

Focus April 5, 2016

Focus Follow Up: Aberdeen

  The Gordon Highlanders Museum is Aberdeen’s only 5-star Visit Scotland attraction   Situated in Viewfield Road in the former home of prominent Scottish artist Sir George Reid, the museum tells […]

Outdoor Scotland March 31, 2016

A Sunday Stroll At Stobo Castle

When it comes to Sunday Strolls, I have one stipulation – somewhere along the way, preferably at the end (although an early morning bacon roll or a mid-walk cuppie and […]

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