You will remember how I used to prattle about the suburban forest where I walked several times a week. Don’t pretend now. You remember perfectly well.
A Perth woman who led Scotland's wheelchair curling team to silver at a world contest is now a finalist for a UK Coaching Award.
A range of new day-long walks and cycle routes drawn up to help outdoor enthusiasts explore the landscape and heritage of the Inner Forth has been launched.
Organisers have hailed the hundreds of "fantastic" fundraisers who ensured Alzheimer Scotland’s first Memory Walk at Camperdown Park was a huge success.
I have been horizontal mountaineering again. If you’re wondering what that is, pour yourself a small vat of sherry and cut yourself a slice of Madeira cake, then I’ll explain.
A £945,000 project to upgrade paths around Auchterarder has been officially opened.
The 64-mile Fife Pilgrim Way, expected to bring 200,000 new visitors into the kingdom every year, is open.
Hundreds of walkers bravely took on a 54-mile trek in aid of ABF The Soldiers’ Charity for the 2019 Cateran Yomp at the weekend.
More than 1,000 walkers commemorated the 75th anniversary of D-Day by trekking between 22 and 54 miles to raise nearly £300,000 for charity in this year’s Cateran Yomp. Yompers took on the 24-hour endurance challenge across the foothills of the Cairngorms fundraising £299,641 for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity.
More than 100 miles of pathways are set to be created or improved across Scotland as part of a scheme to boost outdoor access.