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First woman to run the Scottish Watershed

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Elspeth Luke has become the first woman to run Scotland’s 650-mile Watershed. Read more ›

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The coldest inhabited place on earth

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Even for polar explorer Felicity Aston, a trip to the Russian village of Oymyakon was quite an adventure, writes Arusa Qureshi. Read more ›

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Behind the camera

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Wildlife film maker Doug Allan discusses working with sharks, snow leopards – and Sir David Attenborough. Read more ›

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The Lomond Hills – less is more

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They’re not big, they’re not famous, but for Ben Dolphin the unsung hills on his doorstep have been a revelation Read more ›

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Get ready for autumn and winter cycling

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With the nights drawing in and the clocks about to go back, it’s time to look out – and upgrade – your winter cycling kit Read more ›

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Three of a kind

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Andy McCandlish and friends take off on an overnight trip in the Cairngorms with just mountain bikes and kit trailers for company Read more ›

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Why Lee Craigie is smiling from ear to ear

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British XC Mountain Bike Champion Lee Craigie reckons she has just taken on the Best Job in the World. Read more ›

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Zero Gully – from first ascent to now

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As modern day adventurers, with cutting-edge equipment, prepare to enjoy a winter of climbing we look back 55 years to the first epic ascent of Zero Gully on Ben Nevis Read more ›

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Canoeing the River Glass

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It’s always good to do new things. Neil Braidwood and son Alex tick canoeing off their list Read more ›

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Surf’s up for autumn

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Forget about the cold – autumn is a great time to grab yourself a board and take to the waves at any of Scotland’s many fine surf spots Read more ›

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Going the distance

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What possesses someone to tackle a thousand kilometre cycle in a mere 64 hours? Are they mad, just very tough, or a bit of both? Gillian Law goes behind the scenes at Mille Alba, Scotland’s longest audax event, to find out Read more ›

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Scotland’s great trails are on the up

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Scotland’s stable of long-distance walks are already acclaimed worldwide – and now there are more being added to the long list. Read more ›

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