Extreme sports


Nick Nairn

Go Ape

In Queen Elizabeth Forest near Aberfoyle, Nick Nairn tries the Go Ape high wire course, home to the longest zip wire in Britain.



Scots couple Ulric and Ruth Jessop became the first Scottish team to enter X-Alps, claimed by some to be "the world’s most extreme race."

Karen Darke

Turning Point: Karen Darke

Karen Darke reveals why even a devastating climbing accident couldn't quash her love of the outdoors.

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