There’s a lot more to being a member of Scouts Scotland than collecting badges and singing round the camp fire. As the organisation seeks more volunteers, Gayle Ritchie experiences a day in the life of a 21st century scout
The UK's longest continuous running mountain film festival has returned to Dundee for the 34th year.
Alan Rowan has a passion for climbing mountains – through the night. He tells Gayle Ritchie why he’s addicted to nocturnal peak-bagging
Perth’s annual Muckmedden Fair City Enduro saw hundreds of mountain bikers of all levels gather to test themselves on October 22.
Fancy making your very own hedgerow basket? Gayle Ritchie gets crafty...
From rescuing fishermen on stricken vessels to thrill-seeking tombstoners, the RNLI’s ambition is to save lives at sea. Gayle Ritchie goes on a training exercise with the Broughty Ferry lifeboat team
I’ve been trying to put it off as long as possible, but it’s time to admit it: summer cycling is over and the shorts have to be packed away once more.
If you go down to Monikie woods this month, you're sure of a few big surprises....
A lot of blood, sweat and tears goes into maintaining the footpaths that run through our hills and glens. We head into the Angus Glens to meet the path builders (and lend a hand)
Autumn can be an amazing time to get out into the wilderness and go camping, as Gayle Ritchie discovers