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Hillwalkers urged to check deer stalking info as season gets underway

As the weather warms up, the deer stalking season begins. Walkers can make sure they won’t disturb stalking by checking the latest local advice on deerstalking provided through Scottish Natural Heritage. The details on deer stalking on estates between July

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Walkhighlands and your privacy

You can’t help but have noticed that the laws around the way that companies and websites deal with your privacy are changing this month, on 25th May. You may have had many emails asking you to ‘resubscribe’ to email newsletters

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For the price of a bobble hat – can you help?

This weekend sees the launch of a major appeal to raise £100,000 to tackle erosion and restore footpaths on two of Scotland’s favourite Munros. With hundreds of thousands of people enjoying walking and climbing in Scotland’s mountains every year, campaigners

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Posted in Access issues, Conservation, Magazine, Walkhighlands news, Walking News

Walkhighlands’ Paul wins Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year

Walkhighlands founder Paul Webster has been announced as this year’s winner of the prestigious Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year Award. Based in the Cairngorms National Park, Paul beat off strong competition from thousands of entries submitted by photographers from

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Win one of 2 Mammut Creon Tour backpacks

We have two Mammut Creon Tours to win in this exclusive Walkhighlands competition. This 28L capacity hill walking rucksack is perfect for a day in the UK’s hills and mountains. Simply answer the question: Name another rucksack in the Mammut

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Walkhighlands/Mountaineering Scotland Navigation Courses

Following the success of the joint Walkhighlands/Mountaineering Scotland navigation courses over the last few years there will be a further 4 courses this summer. These single day courses will be held in the Lomond and Arrochar hills on 28 and

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