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Monthly Archives: October 2012

Walkers' views wanted at end of stalking season

Today (20 October) marks the end of the Scottish stag stalking season and SNH would like to know more from hillwalkers about the information that would be helpful when planning walks. If you have been hillwalking this year, please fill

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Posted in Access issues, Walking News

East Highland Way on Walkhighlands

The latest Scottish long distance walk to be added to Walkhighlands is the East Highland Way. Devised by Kevin Langan, the East Highland Way is an unofficial route running across the Highlands from Fort William to Aviemore. Stretching for 134km,

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Posted in Walking News

Another baby beaver for trial site

Another baby beaver has been successfully born at the Scottish Beaver Trial site in Kapdale, Argyll. Trial field staff made the welcome discovery after reviewing camera footage from the site and spotted the first time parents, Trude and Eoghann, emerge

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Posted in Conservation

Bridge of Orchy bunkhouse closes

The bunkhouse at the Bridge of Orchy Hotel will close next week. The Hotel hopes to eventually re-open a bunkhouse but at present there are no immediate plans to re-build and no planning permission exists. The Hotel intends to increase

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Posted in Walking News

Xmas offer from the MCofS

The Mountaineering Council of Scotland (MCofS) has reminded us that some people have already started their Christmas shopping. Even if you're not that organized, the MCofS is again offering its discounted Gift of Membership and it seems like a great

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Posted in Access issues, Conservation, Walking News

Glengarry car park and trails closed

Forestry Commission Scotland has had to close off the bridge leading into the Glengarry woodland until next Tuesday (16th Oct) due to essential repair work. This affects the Allt na Calliche Trail and the Gleann Laogh Trail which are currently

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