Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, Gleneagles Equestrian School is the perfect place to have a horse riding lesson, as Gayle discovers
Choosing the right mobility scooter to suit you and your lifestyle is just like buying a car, so make sure you consider all the options available before you buy.
Bikepacking – basically off-road cycle touring – has seen a surge of popularity thanks to lighter equipment and round-the-world record breaking adventurers like Markus Stitz, as Gayle discovers...
Bored of the gym? Looking for an unusual fitness challenge? Gayle checks out a super-fun farmyard workout in Fife.
At 82, John McNally is the oldest person taking on Etape Caledonia, one of the toughest cycling events in the UK. Gayle joins him for a training session (and struggles to keep up).
Centuries ago, Scone Palace was a hive of medieval activity, and this May bank holiday it will return to those historical roots with the Braveheart Scottish Axe Throwing Open taking place on the palace lawns on Sunday 5th May. Sports such as axe throwing and medieval combat have become increasingly popular over recent years due to the huge success of television series Game of Thrones and Vikings.
Blair Castle in Perthshire has been the home of the Atholl family for over seven centuries. The castle has had a diverse history: it's also been home to politicians, soldiers, agriculturalists and entrepreneurs. Now you are invited to explore its history as it is brought to life against a backdrop of fine 18th century interiors and Scottish baronial architecture.
“He can hear the heartbeat of a mouse 400m away” – Expert falconer offers exhilarating day with birds of prey
Eagles, owls, hawks, buzzards and falcons – they are the undisputed kings and queens of the sky. Gayle enjoys an exhilarating bird of prey experience
It's the so-called "superdrink that most folk have never heard of. Gayle meets a Perthshire couple tapping into the potential of birch water...
It has been 30 years since I relinquished my last staff job as a newspaper journalist, looked over the cliff edge and jumped; 30 years of keeping nature’s company and trying to write down what I find there.