WINTER snow has remained high on the mountains of Scotland, and on a sunny morning last week the drive from Killin to Crianlarich was akin to being in the Alps in springtime.
ON a day when Rhona, Jimbo and I had but the afternoon free, a 6-mile stroll round the wooded glen of the Water of May gave us a sheltered escape from the stormy weather.
A CLIMBER captured unique footage of Ben Nevis as he ascended Britain’s tallest mountain – using a camera-mounted drone he piloted himself.
SURFING’S literary canon has a welcome new addition charting the highs and lows of riding Orkney’s waves
CAMBUS, the southern suburb of Tullibody, is fringed to the west by the River Devon. The road across the Devon, map ref 853940, is adjacent to the currently boarded off Cambus Iron Bridge; a rare Scottish example of a single span prefabricated lattice girder bridge, 68ft in length.
SCOTLAND’S 4,000-mile network of walking trails, cycleways and towpaths is to be extended by around 500 miles over the next five years.
GLEN TILT is a great place to spend a few hours, writes Nick Drainey