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â€œScotland’s great outdoors is there for all of us to appreciate. Or is it?â€ –Â Andrew Jeffrey hasn’t let his disability affect how he explores the countryside
â€œThe hills take on a serious character as the grip of gabbro is replaced by hoar frosts, snow and iceâ€Â –Â Robert Mercer on why the Isle of Rum is best enjoyed cold
â€œIt rained all night, and the noise on the tent was enough to drive us crazy, but we awoke to a reasonably fine day, although the midges were still out in forceâ€ –Â Neil Braidwood discovers the twists and turns of the Great Trossachs Path
â€œYad waterfall is an enchanting spot and a unique experience in Fifeâ€Â -Â Ben Dolphin explores hidden treasures around the Kingdom
â€œOf all the bothies, in all the land, this has to be one of the most beautifulâ€ -Â Phoebe Smith rounds up five of her favourite bothies, and tells us why
As always we’d like to extend our gratitude to everyone who’s had a hand in making this issue – the writers, photographers, those who’ve inspired us with their ideas and those who have taken the time to answer our questions (even the daft ones). We couldn’t do it without you.