It was like treading upon a sweeping carpet of copper, such was the burnished tint of the beech leaves covering this track by the River North Esk near Edzell.
You don’t need to be a wizard – or even a fan of Harry Potter – to play quidditch, as Gayle discovers...
Urban walks are not always about pounding pavements, as this hike through the leafy western fringes of Kirkcaldy very ably demonstrates.
Fancy a spot of shooting? Gayle takes out some clay targets lined up for her at Gleneagles Shooting School
The autumn migration of pink-footed geese is one of nature’s most fantastic spectacles. Gayle joined a dawn count of the birds at Montrose Basin
It’s those eyes, the large intelligent eyes that are so striking, a piercing concentration that made me wonder whether this octopus was pondering a dilemma; should I stay still and rely on my camouflage for concealment, or perhaps better to make a dash for deeper water?
The two main summits of the Lomond Hills in Fife – East Lomond and West Lomond – are prominent landmarks, visible from across the kingdom and beyond.
Autumn is one of the most incredible times of year for nature as Gayle discovers when she joins a wildlife tour in Glenesk
They make great pets and “ratters”, but terriers are also fantastic racers. Gayle Ritchie meets the Ore Country Terriers
No idea what the difference between Nordic walking and “normal” walking is? Gayle picks up her poles and finds out