scotland.forestry.gov.uk/visit

Visits to the Website513
Overview

'Scotland's National Forest Estate covers nearly 9% of Scotland and comprises forests, woodland and open ground. It's a national treasure and it's our privilege to be looking after it.'

Walks described here by
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Views of 'Full' Record1025

www.heritagepaths.co.uk

Navigate the Website>>> The Paths
Visits to the Website756
Overview

'Heritage Paths are old routes that have been used for a specific purpose, examples include: Roman roads | Drove roads | Pilgrimage routes | Miners’ paths | Trading paths | Military roads | Turnpike roads | Shieling paths. There are many more types of path out there - a heritage path that you know of could have an entirely unique history and could be in a group of its own ...'

Walks described here by
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Views of 'Full' Record1045

www.nts.org.uk/Walking

Visits to the Website386
Overview

'From Unst to St Abb's Head National Nature Reserve and from the islands of St Kilda and Iona to the mountains of Glencoe and Mar Lodge Estate, we look after some of Scotland's finest landscapes and wildlife ...'

Walks described here by
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Views of 'Full' Record831

www.scotlandsgreattrails.org.uk

Visits to the Website764
Overview

'Formerly known as Long Distance Routes, Scotland's Great Trails are nationally promoted trails for people-powered journeys. Each is distinctively waymarked, largely off-road and has a range of visitor services. With each trail being at least 25 miles in length, all are suitable for multi-day journeys as well as day trips.'

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See also

Discover Scotland's Great Trails [Scottish Natural Heritage]

Country/Region
Views of 'Full' Record947

www.visitscotland.com/see-do/activities/walking/

Visits to the Website678
Overview

'Refresh and enliven your senses in Scotland, a country perfect for walking. Whether you want a gentle stroll in the countryside among the trees and rivers, a breezy coastal stroll along sandy beaches or a walk through the wild mountain and loch scenery, Scotland has all of this in abundance.'

From this Site you can freely download the latest - and extensive - annual Official Guide Walk in Scotland (which is published for Visit Scotland by PSP Publishing).

Walks described here by
Country/Region
Views of 'Full' Record1201

www.walkhighlands.co.uk

Visits to the Website577
Overview

'Walkhighlands' misson is to encourage the enjoyment of walking through being the best information source and social network for walkers in Scotland. In doing so we also aim to help the small, local tourism businesses so vital to Scotland's rural economy through providing low-cost, highly-targetted advertising.'

Walks described here by
Country/Region
Views of 'Full' Record1892

www.walkscotland.com

Visits to the Website608
Overview

'Welcome to Scotland, land of the brave and fearless. It is also land for the adventurous walker, camper and intrepid explorer. www.walkscotland.com is a comprehensive list of walking tours, mountain treks and adventure spots for walking, treking and camping in Scotland's beautiful hills, trails and mountains.'

Walks described here by
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Views of 'Full' Record958

u3asites.org.uk/scotland/home

Visits to the Website252
Overview

'U3A in Scotland is an umbrella group for all U3As within Scotland, providing help and advice for new U3As, and encouraging the exchange of information and ideas between member U3As. There are currently over 7,000 members in 44 U3As in Scotland, from Shetland to the Borders, from west coast islands to east coast cities, from central belt bustle to quiet Highland towns.'

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U3A Regions

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Views of 'Full' Record661

www.cndoscotland.com

Visits to the Website331
Overview

'Since we started C-N-Do Scotland in 1984, thousands of walkers have experienced something special on our range of Independent walking holidays & Guided walking holidays in Scotland. You say our walking guides and back up team are the best – low key but professional, fun but informative, always helping you to achieve your ambitions & beyond.'

Country/Region
Views of 'Full' Record568

visitcairngorms.com/lowhighwalking

Visits to the Website657
Overview

'Walking is by far the most popular activity in the Cairngorms National Park, and probably the most varied - not just in terms of length and difficulty but also in terms of surroundings. The sheer size, scale and remoteness of the Cairngorms make them one of the most dramatic and harsh mountain environments in Britain, a challenge to even the most seasoned hillwalkers ...'

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Views of 'Full' Record908

www.discoveringbritain.org/activities/scotland/

Visits to the Website337
Overview

'Scotland is full of dramatic landscapes – majestic mountains, peaceful lochs, spectacular cliffs and deserted beaches ...'

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www.easyways.com

Visits to the Website89
Overview

'Self-guided walking holidays in Scotland ... Simply tell us what you’d like to do and we’ll take care of all bookings for your walking holiday – accommodation, door to door baggage transfers at each stage of your walk and taxi transfers if required. Our first class service is supplemented by detailed local knowledge of each route.'

Country/Region
Views of 'Full' Record294

www.ramblers.org.uk/go-walking/routes-and-places-to-walk/medal-routes.aspx

Visits to the Website329
Overview

'Medal Routes are three short circular walking routes that start and finish at the same location. These routes are designed to take approximately 15, 30 and 60 minutes. The starting/finishing point is called a Hub. We try to pick Hubs such as a café, sports centre, library, or health centre – somewhere that you can relax after your walk with a cup of tea or continue to do another activity or hobby.'

Description from

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www.mcofs.org.uk/home.asp

Visits to the Website233
Overview

'Whether you’re an elite climber, just learning the ropes at a climbing wall, or getting into hill walking and wanting to learn about safety, the MCofS is here to help you get even more from your chosen mountain activity in this great country.'

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Views of 'Full' Record476

www.munromagic.com

Visits to the Website275
Overview

'MunroMagic.com is your resource for Munro, Corbett & Graham information. All 282 Munros, 221 Corbetts and 223 Grahams are covered in detail including descriptions, pictures, location maps, walking routes, weather reports, and many tools to help you find all the mountain information you require.'

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www.pathsforall.org.uk

Navigate the Website>>> Download 'Core Paths Plans: A Guide to Good Practice' (48 pp) [PDF]
Visits to the Website665
Overview

'We are a partnership of organisations committed to promoting walking for health and the development of multi-use path networks in Scotland.'

'Since 2005 Local Authorities and National Park Authorities (Access Authorities) have been busy preparing Core Paths Plans (CPP). Under the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 every Access Authority has a duty to prepare a CPP. Some plans have been completed whilst others are still going through the planning process. If you would like to know more about the process of making a plan have a look at Core Paths Plans: A Guide to Good Practice.'

See also

Take 30 The Ramblers Scotland Guide to Walking for Health & Fitness

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Views of 'Full' Record947

www.ramblers.org.uk/scotland.aspx

Visits to the Website629
Overview

'Scotland has world-class access to most land and inland water, and yet our path density is one of the lowest in Europe ... Ramblers Scotland is working to improve the situation'

Scotland has world-class rights of access to most land and inland water, and yet our path density is one of the lowest in Europe.  We have the right to walk over most land in Scotland, as long as we do so responsibly, but compared to England and Wales we have very few paths to use, especially in lowland areas.  Ramblers Scotland is working to improve this situation.

- See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/scotland/what-we-do/protecting-and-expanding-where-we-walk/developing-path-networks.aspx#sthash.2k1HK4wX.dpuf

Scotland has world-class rights of access to most land and inland water, and yet our path density is one of the lowest in Europe.  We have the right to walk over most land in Scotland, as long as we do so responsibly, but compared to England and Wales we have very few paths to use, especially in lowland areas.  Ramblers Scotland is working to improve this situation.

- See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/scotland/what-we-do/protecting-and-expanding-where-we-walk/developing-path-networks.aspx#sthash.i3eyiy1d.dpuf

Scotland has world-class rights of access to most land and inland water, and yet our path density is one of the lowest in Europe.  We have the right to walk over most land in Scotland, as long as we do so responsibly, but compared to England and Wales we have very few paths to use, especially in lowland areas.  Ramblers Scotland is working to improve this situation.

- See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/scotland/what-we-do/protecting-and-expanding-where-we-walk/developing-path-networks.aspx#sthash.i3eyiy1d.dpuf

d and inland water, and yet our path density is one of the lowest in Europe.  We have the right to walk over most land in Scotland, as long as we do so responsibly, but compared to England and Wales we have very few paths to use, especially in lowland areas.  - See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/scotland/what-we-do/protecting-and-expanding-where-we-walk/developing-path-networks.aspx#sthash.i3eyiy1d.dpuf

Scotland has world-class rights of access to most land and inland water, and yet our path density is one of the lowest in Europe.  We have the right to walk over most land in Scotland, as long as we do so responsibly, but compared to England and Wales we have very few paths to use, especially in lowland areas.  Ramblers Scotland is working to improve this situation. - See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/scotland/what-we-do/protecting-and-expanding-where-we-walk/developing-path-networks.aspx#sthash.i3eyiy1d.dpuf
Country/Region
Views of 'Full' Record1075

www.goc.org.uk/groups/scotland

Visits to the Website238
Overview

'We pride ourselves in delivering a full and varied programme of events - from gentle walks to hill-walking expeditions and cycle trips. We offer both day events and weekend trips and welcome men and women, young or old, beginners or experienced.'

Country/Region
Views of 'Full' Record484

www.scottishcanals.co.uk/activities/walking-running/

Visits to the Website437
Overview

'Walking along a canal path can give you a completely different view on a place, even somewhere you know well. Enjoy well maintained paths and a traffic free atmosphere, ideal whether you choose to run or walk.'

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Views of 'Full' Record691

www.christianhillwalking.co.uk

Visits to the Website197
Overview

'Formed in 1984, The Scottish Christian Hillwalking Club brings together Christian men and woman, young and old from across the country who enjoy hillwalking and fellowship amidst God’s wonderful creation. We warmly welcome non-Christians to meets and members are encouraged to bring non-Christian friends to meets thus introducing them to a Christian community.'

Country/Region
Views of 'Full' Record483

www.smc.org.uk

Visits to the Website525
Overview

'We produce the definitive Climbers' Guides to Scotland's mountains and outcrops, the authoritative guide to Munros and guides for hillwalkers and scramblers in Scotland.'

Country/Region
Views of 'Full' Record646

www.scotlandspilgrimjourneys.com

Visits to the Website279
Overview

'Brings together the travels of Scotland's Celtic Saints and Medieval traditions of pilgrimage with modern faith journeys. In time a network of Pilgrim Journeys will crisscross the whole of Scotland, encompassing many local routes and sites.'

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Scotland's Churches Trust

Country/Region
Views of 'Full' Record576

www.spicescotland.com

Visits to the Website69
Overview

'We are the social activity group for ordinary people who want to do extraordinary things! Our membership group is nationwide with hundreds of local varied events every month plus an international holiday programme so you're sure to meet new people, make friends and have fun by doing some great activities ...'

Country/Region
Views of 'Full' Record123

www.gov.scot/Publications/2014/06/5743

Navigate the Website>>> Let's Get Scotland Walking: The National Walking Strategy [PDF]
Visits to the Website187
Overview

'The National Walking Strategy outlines our vision of a Scotland where everyone benefits from walking. It contains recommendations from a working group to create a walking culture.'

Description from

The Scottish Government.

Country/Region
Views of 'Full' Record547

www.walkacrossscotland.co.uk

Visits to the Website453
Overview

'Walk Across Scotland is a new and exciting Scottish walking holiday organiser, specialising in independent, self-guided walking holidays across our country’s most beautiful and awe inspiring landscapes.'

Country/Region
Views of 'Full' Record733

www.walkaboutscotland.com

Visits to the Website258
Overview

'Friendly, guided, small group walking holidays.'

Country/Region
Views of 'Full' Record561

www.walkingsupport.co.uk/routes.html

Visits to the Website499
Overview

'Providing long distance walkers with a personalised, quality and comprehensive service for self led and guided walks.'

Country/Region
Views of 'Full' Record1151

www.stevenfallon.co.uk/hill-routes.html

Visits to the Website471
Overview

'Scotland's hills are grouped here into Regions to enable you to find something in the area that you're visiting ...'

Description from

Steven Fallon

Country/Region
Views of 'Full' Record840

www.scottishsport.co.uk/walking/

Visits to the Website328
Overview

ScottishSport 'provides practical sports information to amateur sports people (read that as "for normal folk who do a bit of sport"), whether residents of Scotland or visitors to the country. The website is run using our own resources with the income from clubs and organisations featured on the site ensuring that the site is financially viable ... We are not Sport Scotland, the official Government body for Sport in Scotland'.

Description from

ScottishSport

Country/Region
Views of 'Full' Record662

www.up-and-doon-guidedwalks.co.uk

Visits to the Website167
Overview

'We love Scotland. We love exploring the beautiful mountains & glens of the Scottish Highlands. We love meeting people and sharing our passion. We decided to combine this energy into creating a small friendly guiding company that offers a highly personalized service for individuals or groups at an affordable price. So whether you want to climb the UK's highest mountain Ben Nevis, tackle one of our challenges, backpack through the mountains or just go for a wee wander we have something for you.'

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Views of 'Full' Record642

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