Riches aplenty can be found on The Silver Peak, Sgurr an Airgid, a relatively small mountain among the giants of Kintail. A clear path weaves its way up to the 841m summit which offers panoramic views of some of the area's highest and most dramatic mountains.
Published: Sun 24 Nov 2013
IN the shadow of the Five Sisters of Kintail, a hardy bunch of souls merrily works away, stripping back the drystone dyke before methodically, piece by piece, rebuilding it to its former glory.
Published: Sun 17 Nov 2013
After riding through Glen Tilt and over the Bedford Bridge at the Falls of Tarf in last week's Active Outdoors, John Davidson continues his biking expedition as he battles to reach Feshiebridge before nightfall
Published: Sun 10 Nov 2013
"The interesting bike routes are the ones that you can barely manage on a bike," Harry Henniker says in his excellent collection of 101 Mountain Bike Routes in Scotland.
Published: Sun 03 Nov 2013
A VISIT to Glen Affric is always a pleasure and at this time of year it is enhanced by the beautiful yellows, browns and reds of autumn that paint the ancient Caledonian forest with a splash of colour.
A tough mountain biking outing through two famous Cairngorms glens - read more about them in our two-part feature in our newspapers and online.
Our photograph on page 3 of Active Outdoors magazine (issue four, autumn/winter 2013/14) has elicited a wave of comments from readers - many suggesting it's not possible to see the lighthouse at Cape Wrath from Sandwood Bay.
Peter Evans and John Davidson enjoyed a fine but blustery day climbing Lochnagar via the Black Spout.
John Davidson joined volunteers and celebrities on a 240-mile cycle to celebrate the completion of new walking and cycling projects around the country.
It's been a fantastic summer here in the Highlands and we've enjoyed some wonderful adventures. This is a small selection of photographs from our trips, some of which feature in issue four of Active Outdoors magazine.
Images from John Davidson's Burma Road mountain bike route in Strathspey
Peter Evans enjoys a glorious day in the Torridon hills on an ascent of Beinn Damh.
A selection of photographs from a nine-mile run starting at Achnashellach station on the Inverness-Kyle of Lochalsh line west of Inverness.
Find routes across the Highlands and Moray with our regular articles
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