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Snowshoes in Scotland

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Ralph Storer believes more Scottish hillwalkers should try showshoes on for size. Read more ›

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10 great winter activities in Scotland

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Don’t let the cold, snow or ice put you off an outdoors adventure this winter. Wrap up warm to make the most of these fun activities. Read more ›

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Ice Cool Weekend

If you’ve always wanted to try ice-climbing – now is your chance! For one weekend only, Snow Factor Braehead is giving people the opportunity to try this thrilling activity. And, unusually, the invitation is open to teenagers (actually including 12 and upwards) too. With motivational speakers, climbing films and hands-on experience – booking is essential on 0871 222 5672.


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Back Country Access rucksack

We spotted this life-saving rucksack at a trade show earlier this year.

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Stay safe in the winter hills

Stay safe while winter walking.

Stay safe while winter walking.

How to be prepared for winter walking in the Scottish hills and mountains. Read more ›

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The big picture: Creag Meagaidh, by Loch Laggan

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Photograph: Martin Thackeray

Straddling the east and west Highlands between Glen Spean and Newtonmore, the Creag Meagaidh massif is well known as a great high-level walk, with a total of three Munros. Read more ›

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