Scotland Outdoors issue 20

Issue 20


Summer 2013

* Explore Argyll
* Adventure racing
* The Great Glen Canoe Trail
* Machair landscapes
* Robert MacFarlane
* All our regulars

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The deerstalker is fantastic fun, and has me grinning broadly, though sometimes through gritted teeth
- Fiona Russell goes adventure racing


The sense of peace is lovely, the only sounds being the raindrops, the dipping paddles and the flow of water from the occasional stream
- Don Currie paddles the Great Glen Canoe Trail


Peering at trunks and rocks reveals a fascinating miniature world
- Ida Maspero gets up close with wildlife and coastal landscape of Argyll


As we clamber over rocks, it’s hard to watch our footing, so magnificent are the views east to the hills of Arran
– Don Currie walks the Kintyre Way


During Spring, the Machair is as noisy as it is colourful, as lapwing, redshank and oystercatcher display
– Richard Rowe investigates a unique Scottish habitat


We’d like to say a big thank you to Argyll and the Isles Tourism Co-operative for it’s invaluable assistance with this issue’s Explore section.

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