No idea what the difference between Nordic walking and “normal” walking is? Gayle picks up her poles and finds out
As a giant Oor Wullie statue goes on display at Carnoustie’s golf links in a bid to celebrate the Open and raise money for the Archie Foundation, Gayle finds out more
A new film about ski touring – made in and around Glenshee – is being screened at outdoor festivals across the UK. Gayle Ritchie finds out more...
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.
It’s not just a sport for retired folk, as Gayle discovers when she joins a group of petanque players for a game in Carnoustie...
The Scottish Crannog Centre sprang into life this weekend. Gayle Ritchie meets the centre’s new director and finds out what’s in store this season
Gayle and her Labrador Toby go “doggieteering” at Crombie Country Park in Angus...
Night kayaking is a magical way of exploring nature’s wonders under cover of darkness. Gayle paddles on Loch Tummel with Outdoor Explore guide Piotr Gudan
From the East Neuk to Skye: How former printer Keith Fergus turned his photography hobby into a full-time living
Former printer Keith Fergus talks to Michael Alexander about his move in to full-time freelance photography and writing– a journey that has taken him everywhere from the East Neuk of Fife to Skye.
Nasty, aggressive, spitting machines that chase you? Gayle finds the complete opposite is true of llamas when she takes part in a unique experience near Glenshee