Inside the Muddy World of Tough Mudder Events

Picture being dunked in frigid vats of ice water. Crawling through mud – while being electrocuted. Scrambling up greased walls, wading through waist-high muddy water, and, on top of that, running for miles and miles. No, this isn’t boot camp or a new form of … Continue reading
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The Best Ryder Cup Courses

With the Ryder Cup returning to golf’s spiritual home in Scotland for this year’s tournament at Gleneagles Hotel in Perthshire, it’s only fitting to look back at some of the other memorable courses that have played host to one of the biggest tournaments in the … Continue reading
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Why You Need to Walk the John Muir Way

When it comes to indulging our wanderlust, a lack of time and opportunity can leave some roads woefully untraveled. Not so with Scotland‘s rightly popular John Muir Way, named after the visionary Scots-born conservationist. Expanding from its original 45 mile coastal path to an altogether … Continue reading

Little Red Passengers Enjoy a Beat-Boxing Santa and Festive Choir at 30,000 Feet

If you were flying on Little Red routes over the weekend you may well have been one of the Virgin Atlantic Little Red passengers treated to some extra special festive in-flight entertainment. Virgin Atlantic Little Red LIVE launched in August when a series of Little … Continue reading
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From Dolphins to Red Deer: Incredible Aberdeen Wildlife

Anyone who caught Disney Pixar’s ridiculously successful movie Brave will understand why filmmakers used much of the Highlands of Scotland as a blueprint for their mystical setting. In parts lush and green, in others mysterious and barren, the story of this flame-haired princess used the … Continue reading
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