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 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 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.
Parkour involves running, climbing, swinging, jumping, rolling and vaulting across “urban furniture”. Gayle Ritchie meets two Dundee lads proving their parkour prowess...
Gayle and her Labrador Toby go “doggieteering” at Crombie Country Park in Angus...
Walkers of all abilities – from hardcore hikers to Sunday strollers – are being urged to get their hiking boots on to take part in this year’s Angus Glens Walking Festival.
It’s just two more sleeps until mischievous characters line the streets as Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail (OWBBT) kicks off in Dundee and across Scotland.
Love them or hate them, sharks are an incredible species. Gayle Ritchie meets a man on a mission to conserve them
Love animals? Then you’ll love the Scottish Deer Centre, which boasts multiple deer species, bears, wolves, lynx and more. Gayle checks out the Fife attraction
Brave, hardy and dedicated, they give up their time to volunteer with Scottish Mountain Rescue. Gayle Ritchie joins teams on an avalanche rescue training weekend in Glenshee