Isle of Jura
The 2002 expedition to Jura. Photos online, full report coming soon.
Walking the Minigaig
Hike from Blair Atholl to Kingussie, over the ancient Minigaig road.
Suilven by sea kayak
The expedition to tackle Suilven by sea kayak.

A Ghru-elling Day Out
Andrew Jarret treks the Lairig Ghru from Aviemore to Braemar.

Skiing in France
For ski holidays in France, ski chalets provide luxury ski accommodation for the perfect holiday.

The Cateran Trail
Colin Hogarth traces the development of a long distance circuit for walkers.
The Great Glen Way
Scotland's newest long distance path, opened on April 30, 2002.
From Source to Sea
Canoeing down the River Spey from Kingussie to Spey Bay on the Moray coast.
The Fife Coastal Path
A two-day trek along the beautiful north east Fife coastline.
Summer Isles from the Water
Exploring the Summer Isles by sea kayak.
Cruising the Caledonian Canal
In a departure from our normal mode of travel, we swapped boots for boats...
Winter walking in the Grampians
Our winter walking weekend winner reports on his trip.
A Cairngorm expedition
Four Munros, plus a night at Corrour bothy.
Rebuilding a bothy
An MBA work party at a remote cottage near Sandwood Bay in the Far North.
North from Dunkeld
A 26-mile circuit from Dunkeld for walkers and mountain bikers.
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Backpacker's Handbook
The West Highland Way (A Cicerone Guide)
The Great Glen Way (Rucksack Readers)
A Long Walk on the Isle of Skye: A New 75 Mile Island Trek
Harvey's Great Glen Way Superwalker map
Harvey's West Highland Way Superwalker map
Around Cape Wrath
A 33 mile circuit through remote country on the north west tip of Scotland.
Fort William to Dalwhinnie
A Munro-bagging expedition starting in Fort William and ending in Dalwhinnie.
Walking on Skye
All the information you need for the perfect walking holiday on Scotland's misty isle, including routes.
Aircraft crash sites - updated 26/11/02
A regularly updated list of aircraft crash sites in Scotland.
How to 'go' in the great outdoors
No further explanation needed, really!
Coast to Coast in a Day
A 33 mile trek from Loch Broom, on the west coast, to Bonar Bridge, on the east.
Exploring Rum
The team spend a couple of days on the largest of the Small Isles. Here's the story...
The Smallest of the Small Isles
Explore on foot the Hebridean islands of Canna and Sanday.
Dunkeld to Pitlochry
A two-day expedition through remote country with a charming open bothy midway.
The Trotternish Ridge
A two-day 20 mile hike over the Trotternish Ridge on the Isle of Skye.
The A9 Trail
Join us on The A9 Trail, our own long distance walk from Perth to Aviemore.

Important notes: The routes published here are correct at the time of going to press and are periodically checked to ensure the information remains correct. If you encounter any changes or alterations to any of these routes on the ground, or experience any problems, please drop us a line and we'll investigate and update the text as necessary. Email your reports. When venturing into the great outdoors, please make sure you go properly equipped with the right equipment including waterproofs, warm clothing, food and drink and a map and compass and the knowledge to use them. Let someone know where you are going before you set out and leave details of your route with a responsible person so they can raise the alarm should you fail to return. You can download a Route Card from our InfoCentre page. The weather can change suddenly in Scotland - don't be afraid to turn back if conditions deteriorate. Above all, stay safe and remember you can always go back another day. can accept no responsibility for any accident or injury sustained while following any of the routes published on the website.