Over a thousand huskies will compete this weekend at the Siberian Husky Club of Great Britain’s Sled Dog Rally in Aviemore for the 37th year.
Mountain rescue team blast ‘total abuse of resources’ after six-hour blizzard mission ends with them finding man safely tucked up in a bothy
A mountain rescue team has criticised a "total abuse of resources" after they walked 16 miles through blizzards for a man with a sore tendon.
It was the shortest day, and to be honest, I wasn’t in the best of moods. A broken night’s sleep, a dark morning and a little too long reading the news headlines had left me lacking in seasonal cheer.
A special piece of music inspired by a national park will have its its first major stage performance in Aberdeen.
A lifeline has been thrown to some of north and north-east Scotland’s most endangered flora and fauna after conservation agencies secured hundreds of thousands of pounds in funding.
Cairngorms National Park Authority is encouraging everyone to help tackle climate change as it implements its own "green" New Year Resolutions.
Nine projects across the Highlands and Islands are to benefit from a shared funding pot worth £5million.
The famous Cairngorms reindeer have won an unusual accolade - by helping the area to be named as among the top seven places in the world to see Rudolph and his friends.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning with a likely chance of flooding across parts of Grampian.
The first avalanche of the winter has been recorded in the Cairngorms.
Police have closed the snow gates on a Moray road after a number of vehicles became stranded.
A veteran mountain rescue leader has warned of the dangers of relying on satellite technology as more thrill-seekers take to the mountains in search of stunning views using smartphones.
Writers have spent a year building an anthology about life and nature in the Cairngorms National Park.
A volunteer group dedicated to protecting six insect species across some of Scotland’s tallest peaks has been praised by a national organisation.
Devastated campaigners in a Moray village claim they have been blocked from protecting a colourful tribute to cancer victims from damage caused by motorists.
More visitors from abroad are visiting the Cairngorms National Park than ever before, new data has revealed.
New methods of counting mountain hare populations are helping to create a much more accurate of their numbers in Scotland's rugged landscape.
The Braemar Mountain Rescue Team are currently working to locate an injured walker in the Cairngorms. More to follow.
A unique Cairngorms sculpture trail is slowly losing its works of art – just as the artist intended.
Hill walkers have been told to dress for the weather and remember to pack what they need ahead of the first snows of winter forecast to fall on some of Scotland’s mountains this weekend.
People from near and far gathered at Glenlivet Hall at the weekend for the annual Wild in the Park event.
An investigation has been launched after rat poison was left in a popular Cairngorms bothy.
Climate change hasn't stopped a former geography teacher from Inverness from skiiing for 120 consecutive months on Scottish snow.
Explore the outdoors: Be inspired by the connection between history and landscape on the Braes of Glenlivet
I love the limitless variety of the Cairngorms, and the way the inextricable links between history and landscape can enhance a day’s walk.
Estates in the east Cairngorms are preparing to undertake a second year of mountain hare monitoring using new methods of counting.
Search efforts are underway to find three people missing on the Cairngorms' highest peak.
A police search and rescue helicopter, Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Team and fire crews are aiding the search in poor weather conditions for a missing Highland woman.
Final submissions are being sought for a new project that aims to delve deeper into the relationship people have with the Cairngorms.
Tourist attractions in the north of Scotland are set for increased global exposure after being named among the UK’s top must-do experiences.
“It smells so clean!” he said excitedly.
Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Team fight atrocious weather to save mountain biker — and then go back for his bike
Rescuers battled torrential rain and poor visibility to find a lost mountain biker in the Cairngorms — but didn't stop there.
Mountain rescue staff have been called to search for a mountain biker missing in the Cairngorms.