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 Steve Duncan

Steve loves Scotland's great outdoors and is a keen hill walker and mountain biker and also enjoys an occasional dram of Speyside or Islay single malt.

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Raise a glass at a Scottish Whisky Festival in 2020

We love a good whisky festival here in Scotland. It’s no wonder – after all, the term ‘whisky’ comes from...

BBC Winterwatch: Winter Adventures

‘Summertime, and the livin’ is easy (…)’; so the song goes. But when the daylight hours shorten, the temperatures drop...

A Beginners Guide to Snowsports in Scotland

For some, the thought of hurtling down a snowy slope on a ‘plank’ or two, with only two poles (if...

BBC Autumnwatch 2019: watch the drama unfold

As the hazy, lazy days of summer give way to the longer nights of autumn, a wave of vivid burnished...

A Beginners Guide to Watersports in Scotland

Some visitors have a low opinion of Scotland’s weather. They say it’s ideal for farmers and ducks and us Scots...

Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight 2019

For some, Scotland is unknown in the world of global cuisine. Sure, our warming whiskies, hearty haggis and shortbread are...

7 Epic Train Accessible Bike-packing Routes in Scotland

Work getting on top of you? Tired of busy city living? Then escape the Rat Race and revive your spirit...

Midsummer Nights in Scotland

From a music festival to a beach barbecue and spectacular sunsets over beautiful vistas, to a dusk walk at 10pm,...

Scottish sailing events you won’t want to miss in 2019

Some of the finest sailing waters in the world are to be found here in Scotland. Discover secluded coves, explore...

All aboard for Scotland’s Rail Ale Trails

Visiting our craft breweries and brewpubs is a great way to get a real taste of Scotland. They offer wonderful...

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