Welcome to Scotland, the ultimate natural playground. Here you can have a go at all the activities the country is legendary for, as well as some that you might not have heard of.

Think of outdoor activities in Scotland and golf comes to mind. Every year, our prestigious and ancient courses beckon thousands of golfers from all over the world to experience the sport.

This is also a land and coast made for exploration and adrenaline-pumping adventures; from mountain biking down rugged alpine terrain to navigating an aerial assault course across a forest canopy, to scaling the lofty heights of the Cairngorms to gliding long the shoreline of a Hebridean island in a sea kayak. From world-class watersports to walking, cycling to aqualining, the possibilities for getting active in Scotland's magnificent great outdoors are endless.

You can now travel short distances of around 5 miles to enjoy the outdoors and exercise in Scotland, to use public spaces for recreational purposes such as sitting to soak up the sun (where possible!), and to meet up with one other household in small numbers. Please remember to maintain physical distancing of 2 metres at all times, both indoors and outdoors.

The following activities are also now possible following the above advice during advice during Phase 1: cycling, fishing, horse riding, golf, walking, hiking and watersports.