Places to visit

  • What I’m missing about Dundee

    Since going back to my hometown for Christmas, I’ve been unable to return to Dundee because of lockdown restrictions. They say distance makes the heart grow fonder, and so I’ve come to realise what I’ve been missing most in the four months I’ve been away. The ArchitectureOf course, being an architecture student, I have a […]

  • The Sidlaws: Part 2 – The West

    Finally getting round to writing the second part of this blog, here are my top hills to climb on the western side of the Sidlaws (that is to the west of the B954 where I set the boarder to stop in my east Sidlaws blog). Lundie Craigs This one is fantastic for walking and has […]

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  • Photos from Fife

    Over the past year, I have spent a lot of time exploring around across the bridge and since moving to Dundee I have taken a lot of photos over there. After working on a farm in Fife for most of summer 2020 and going for post-work adventures, the adventures stuck once uni started again and […]

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  • The top places I’ve run this month

    While I do quite enjoy running, a big part of motivating myself to get out is exploring places I may not go otherwise. Today I thought I would share a few highlight places I’ve been in March so far, whether it motivates you to go out running or whether you find another place to explore […]

  • Camperdown, Templeton and Clatto

    Another blog post and once again I am taking you to the edge of Dundee, right to the north-western city boundary, to the area around Camperdown, Templeton and Clatto Reservoir. Rather than writing a lot, I just wanted to let a series of photos speak for why you should not give these a miss. To […]

  • The Sidlaws: Part 1 – The East

    Today I am taking you all along on another of my favourite local adventures from Dundee, or well actually the place for a multitude of adventures – the Sidlaws. This range of hills stretches around to the north of Dundee, crossing Angus and Perthshire and reaching from Forfar in the east to Kinnoull Hill in […]

  • Are You Coming to Study at The University of Dundee? Here’s Everything You’ve Got To Look Forward To…

    The University of Dundee is one of the country’s leading universities and is internationally recognised for its expertise in a whole range of academic fields from dentistry to engineering to medicine to art. But while Dundee might be a great University to study at, it’s also a great place to be a student! Just look […]

  • Covid Can’t Stop Me – Tier 3 Adventuring

    I may have gotten stuck in Dundee for all. of 2020 thanks to Covid, but there is no way I could let that mess up my year. And while proper multi-day adventure trips may not really be a possibility right now, my adventurer heart decided it was time for some Covid defiance and I spent […]

  • Broughty Ferry

    Today I am taking you on a trip to one of my favourite parts of Dundee – Broughty Ferry. While the place itself is not unknown, many students seem to pass on taking a trip out to this edge of Dundee. If this includes you, you are missing out. The Ferry is pretty easy to […]

  • My Favourite Dundee Trails

    As much as I would love to be off adventuring somewhere new, tier 3 is keeping me around Dundee at the moment. While I cannot be scrambling up mountain trails right now, the city does have a few trails for small adventures that can still make you feel like you are miles away from uni. […]