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Tracks and Trails in the Media

Tracks and Trails has been receiving great coverage! We hope you enjoy reading some of the articles which have featured on TV, and radio as well as a wide range of newspapers and magazines.

Snowshoe Demo

Watch this short clip to familliarise yourself with getting in & out of a pair of snowshoes. Tracks and Trails use TSL snowshoes which are quick and easy to use. No experience necessary! Learn the techniques to access remote places and enjoy making fresh tracks.

BBC Radio Scotland 'Blind Summit'

"What is it like to go out into Scotland's hills with little or no sight? Lindsay Cannon spends the day with a group of visually impaired walkers who rely on their four other senses."

Trail Running Magazine - VIDEO

Trail Running Magazine - VIDEO

BBC Snowshoeing Film

A BBC film crew from 'The Adventure Show' joined us for a winter walk on Mont de l'Arpille in Switzerland.

The French Magazine

We have been featured yet again! For an article in The French Magazine we were joined by journalist Victoria Trott when Julia gave her a winter wonderland experience on snowshoes.

EcoEscape Newsletter

Newsletter written by journalist Laura Burgess for the Ecoescape green travel guide website, following her first snowshoeing experience with us.

Easyjet Magazine

Reporter Alf Alderson has recommended Tracks and Trails in an Easyjet Mag article on snowshoeing!

Scottish Mountaineer

A snowshoeing article, written by Lindsay for The Scottish Mountaineer magazine. Even if we say so ourselves this gives a good introduction to the history of the snowshoe and its place today in modern outdoor activities.

Summit Magazine

Feature on the Tour des Dents du Midi walking trip in Summit magazine which is published by the British Mountaineering Council.

Summit Magazine

This is an article which Lindsay penned for the quarterly magazine published by the British Mountaineering Council. It focuses on the Tour des Fiz, near Chamonix which is a great weekend walk.