My first microadventure of 2015, bivvying on Duncarnock, an Iron Age fort in East Renfrewshire with stunning sunset and sunrise views across Glasgow.
Heading into the Cowal hills from Dunoon for an overnight on Bishop's Seat.
Spending the night on the highest point of Great Cumbrae in the Firth of Clyde
A quiet overnight stay in the heart of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park
A bivvying microadventure with stunning sea views, on the Quad Rocks near Largs.
A microadventure on The Slacks, a craggy ridge on the southern edge of the Kilpatrick Hills around ten miles west of Glasgow.
A microadventure in Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park
A tough but achievable walk taking in the southern ridge of Glen Sannox and Arran's highest peak, Goatfell.
Thousands of walkers tackle Conic Hill every year but if you don't mind some company on the summit the views are absolutely fantastic. Around 45 minutes' drive from Glasgow, this
Fort William mountain biker Hannah Barnes has made a brilliant adventure documentary, riding from Glenfinnan to Cape Wrath. Watch it below.