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walking in Scotland

How to get the most out of your trip to Scotland

Published by Rebecca Field January 29, 2020

Scottish Weather – planning your visit. Scottish weather has it’s own reputation. Everyone who comes to visit seems to be prepared to be cold and […]

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scottish food classics

How many of these Scottish food classics do you know?

Published by Rebecca Field November 20, 2019

Learning about Scotland: from the experts When you go travelling one of the things you’ll find most interesting is to explore the local cuisine.  This […]

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fungi foraging

Foraging in the Cairngorms: the fungi

Published by Rebecca Field October 16, 2019

Foraging in Scotland: some of the fungi 2019 has been a spectacular season for foraging in the Cairngorms. Scotland’s wild larder should be renowned across […]

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winter mountain rescue

Stories from the Cairngorms: Toast

Published by Ryan August 14, 2019

Toast in the Cairngorms: a word of mouth story from the Cairngorms (which may have grown in the telling) A guy headed up into the […]

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Photo blog: Assynt – Scotland’s Empty Quarter

Published by Rebecca Field May 29, 2019

You may have heard of Scotland’s North Coast 500 or NC500. It has become amazingly popular over the past 5 years, despite the fact that […]

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fifty plus

Top tips for a self-guided walking holiday in the Highlands of Scotland

Published by Rebecca Field April 18, 2019

Are you planning to visit Scotland for self guided walking holidays? There are some important factors which should influence your planning. Treat the hills with […]

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summer walking

What to do without the funicular?

Published by Rebecca Field April 3, 2019

You’ve probably heard that the Funicular Railway on Cairngorm Mountain is closed for now and will probably remain closed for the whole of 2019. Not […]

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salmon leap

Scotland, famous for … salmon

Published by Rebecca Field February 28, 2019

Salmon has been associated with Scotland for many a year, both for fishing and for eating. It is world renowned as a quality product, despite […]

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Three hikers admire Scotland's mountains

Which hike to choose in Scotland?

Published by Rebecca Field November 28, 2018

It’s daunting trying to decide where to hike in Scotland Researching where to hike in Scotland is not necessarily an easy task You probably have […]

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A hiking holiday in Scotland

5 reasons to go hiking in Scotland

Published by Rebecca Field

5 reasons to go hiking in Scotland Scotland is an amazing destination renowned for many things: castles, golf, kilts, haggis and it’s amazing scenery. Scotland […]

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