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Hidden Scotland Issue 2 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. After the successful launch of the first Hidden Scotland magazine in September, we’re proud to say we have just launched its successor: our Spring/Summer 2021 issue.

Spring is a time of rebirth, renewal and revisitation – and our candy-striped cover star is a fine example. When puffins and other nesting seabirds return to Scotland for their annual residency, it’s a sure sign that the seasons are shifting. For those brief, bright few months, their busy island colonies are a reassurance that the world keeps turning.

Aptly, the themes of nature and connection run through this issue. We look at ways in which you can allow your feral side some freedom – and boost your wellbeing – with a focus on wild foraging from expert Leanne Townsend, and a wild swimming feature from acclaimed Taking the Plunge author Anna Deacon, evoking the mixture of calm and euphoria that follows a dip. Adding to the mix is a piece by Emily Rose Mawson on that most elusive of Scottish animals: the wildcat.

Elsewhere, we continue to shine a light on the country’s different faces, not only showcasing the elemental beauty of its furthest-flung coastlines but exploring the dynamic urban spirit that keeps Glasgow as one of the UK’s most exciting cities. Island life, too, plays a prominent part. On Shetland, locals Misa Hay and Garry Jamieson introduce us to the archipelago’s deep-rooted knitting traditions, tracing the timeless evolution of island wool from sheep to sweater. Back on the mainland, meanwhile, we follow a creative heritage of a different kind, with a journey of discovery through Speyside’s world-famous malt whisky distilleries.

And that’s not all. Within the pages of this issue you’ll also find age-old folklore, a stirring account of a trip to Fair Isle, a shortbread recipe from the kitchen of Great British Bake Off finalist Flora Shedden, and a tour of Argyll’s storied castles with ‘The Castle Hunter’, David C. Weinczok. Should you be planning a getaway of your own, meanwhile, we’ve hand-picked 12 of Scotland’s most remote accommodation retreats. We think you’ll be glad to know about them.

Hidden Scotland magazine is a source of inspiration and information on travelling to and around Scotland. We are on a mission to discover, create, and collaborate, in order to inspire travellers and Scotland’s inhabitants to get out and explore one of the most beautiful countries our planet has to offer. With that in mind, we want to encourage conscious travel in a bid to get to the heartbeat of the awe-inspiring locations within Scotland. By encouraging meaningful experiences, travellers will begin to immerse themselves within their surroundings to establish longer lasting connections and gain a better understanding of the area they are in and its people. We want to show that sustainable travel gives something back to the communities and provides the traveller with an authentic experience. Now more than ever people want to return home from a trip feeling enlightened and transformed. We have worked with an extremely talented group of creative people who have contributed to this issue in order to be able to tell stories, offer guidance, share tips, and give insight in travelling around Scotland.

Content

Roads Less Travelled with Cameron Mcneish

Discovery Roundup : Beaches of Scotland

Meditating on Nature : Argyll’s Secret Coast

Made With Love, From Scotland

Scotland’s Wildcat : The Highland Tiger

Folklore, Myths & Legends : The Stoor Worm

Shetland Textiles with Misa Hay : The Future Is Woolly

People Of Scotland : Interview with Jamieson’s of Shetland

Discovering The Nooks & Crannies of Glasgow

Scots Dictionary Corner

Behind The Lens With Douglas Corrance

The Unmissable Castles of Argyll

Remote Retreats : Escape to a Hame Away From Hame

Foraging For Wild Food with Leanne Townsend

The Story Of Speyside with Christopher Coates

Wild Swimming with Anna Deacon

Savouring Scottish Puffindom with Kenny Taylor

Profile On Flora Shedden’s Highland Bakery, Aran

Aran Shortbread Recipe

Traveller’s Tales To Fair Isle: Far Out, Yet Still So Close

Details: Hidden Scotland – Issue 2

160 pages, 25 x 20 cm

Article No. bfhiddenscotland0002 Published by Hidden Scotland Magazine Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tag Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home · Travelling Weight 520 g Dimensions 25 × 20 × 2 cm

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Hidden Scotland Issue 2 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. After the successful launch of the first Hidden Scotland magazine in September, we’re proud to say we have just launched its successor: our Spring/Summer 2021 issue.

Spring is a time of rebirth, renewal and revisitation – and our candy-striped cover star is a fine example. When puffins and other nesting seabirds return to Scotland for their annual residency, it’s a sure sign that the seasons are shifting. For those brief, bright few months, their busy island colonies are a reassurance that the world keeps turning.

Aptly, the themes of nature and connection run through this issue. We look at ways in which you can allow your feral side some freedom – and boost your wellbeing – with a focus on wild foraging from expert Leanne Townsend, and a wild swimming feature from acclaimed Taking the Plunge author Anna Deacon, evoking the mixture of calm and euphoria that follows a dip. Adding to the mix is a piece by Emily Rose Mawson on that most elusive of Scottish animals: the wildcat.

Elsewhere, we continue to shine a light on the country’s different faces, not only showcasing the elemental beauty of its furthest-flung coastlines but exploring the dynamic urban spirit that keeps Glasgow as one of the UK’s most exciting cities. Island life, too, plays a prominent part. On Shetland, locals Misa Hay and Garry Jamieson introduce us to the archipelago’s deep-rooted knitting traditions, tracing the timeless evolution of island wool from sheep to sweater. Back on the mainland, meanwhile, we follow a creative heritage of a different kind, with a journey of discovery through Speyside’s world-famous malt whisky distilleries.

And that’s not all. Within the pages of this issue you’ll also find age-old folklore, a stirring account of a trip to Fair Isle, a shortbread recipe from the kitchen of Great British Bake Off finalist Flora Shedden, and a tour of Argyll’s storied castles with ‘The Castle Hunter’, David C. Weinczok. Should you be planning a getaway of your own, meanwhile, we’ve hand-picked 12 of Scotland’s most remote accommodation retreats. We think you’ll be glad to know about them.

Hidden Scotland magazine is a source of inspiration and information on travelling to and around Scotland. We are on a mission to discover, create, and collaborate, in order to inspire travellers and Scotland’s inhabitants to get out and explore one of the most beautiful countries our planet has to offer. With that in mind, we want to encourage conscious travel in a bid to get to the heartbeat of the awe-inspiring locations within Scotland. By encouraging meaningful experiences, travellers will begin to immerse themselves within their surroundings to establish longer lasting connections and gain a better understanding of the area they are in and its people. We want to show that sustainable travel gives something back to the communities and provides the traveller with an authentic experience. Now more than ever people want to return home from a trip feeling enlightened and transformed. We have worked with an extremely talented group of creative people who have contributed to this issue in order to be able to tell stories, offer guidance, share tips, and give insight in travelling around Scotland.

Content

Roads Less Travelled with Cameron Mcneish

Discovery Roundup : Beaches of Scotland

Meditating on Nature : Argyll’s Secret Coast

Made With Love, From Scotland

Scotland’s Wildcat : The Highland Tiger

Folklore, Myths & Legends : The Stoor Worm

Shetland Textiles with Misa Hay : The Future Is Woolly

People Of Scotland : Interview with Jamieson’s of Shetland

Discovering The Nooks & Crannies of Glasgow

Scots Dictionary Corner

Behind The Lens With Douglas Corrance

The Unmissable Castles of Argyll

Remote Retreats : Escape to a Hame Away From Hame

Foraging For Wild Food with Leanne Townsend

The Story Of Speyside with Christopher Coates

Wild Swimming with Anna Deacon

Savouring Scottish Puffindom with Kenny Taylor

Profile On Flora Shedden’s Highland Bakery, Aran

Aran Shortbread Recipe

Traveller’s Tales To Fair Isle: Far Out, Yet Still So Close

Details: Hidden Scotland – Issue 2

160 pages, 25 x 20 cm

Article No. bfhiddenscotland0002 Published by Hidden Scotland Magazine Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tag Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home · Travelling Weight 520 g Dimensions 25 × 20 × 2 cm

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