This three day residential workshop at Balnaboth House (pictured) in Glen Prosen, in the Angus countryside, is for anyone who loves to sing. And if the weather is good, sing outside! Christine Kydd, who runs Singing for Delight, is a trained singer and actor who believes the Alexander Technique can help to bring a singing voice out of anyone. See website for full details.
Every year, thousands of volunteers work behind the scenes in Scotlandâ€™s great outdoors. We speak to three.Â Read more ›
Fergus Alexander loves working at Bonk & Co â€“ testing stoves in the highlands of Scotland. It doesn’t get any better than this! Read more ›
A shared passion is a good basis for a relationship. Three couples reveal how their shared love for Scotlandâ€™s great outdoors brought them together. Read more ›
With the evenings getting longer and camping trips marked on the calendar, Eileen Malone has some advice for when all that fresh air makes you hungry. Read more ›
With January now at an end, and most people’s New Year resolutions in tatters, we say try something different over the remaining months! Here, in no particular order, are our pick of the best. Read more ›
We caught up with the new chief executive of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park on his first week in the job.
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SmartWool, a leading name in merino wool outdoors clothing products, have created a new ‘summer cool’ collection of socks. Read more ›
Refreshing styles, colours and fit in a female-specific range of outdoors and fitness clothing Read more ›
Snugpak Bunker – Time lapse set up Read more ›
The Wee Midgie
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There’s 10% off a Go Ape! adventure at the Peebles, Crathes or Aberfoyle sites for Scotland Outdoors readers. Just use code ‘SCTNDRS’ at checkout to receive your discount. www.goape.co.uk
A jacket aimed at people who like to stay dry in the outdoors whatever they are doing Read more ›