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Yearly Archives: 2019

Our pick – Scotland’s greatest glens

Scotland is as known for its glens as it for its bens. The word glen comes from the Gaelic and means a steep-sided valley – most of them were carved by glaciers during the last Ice Age; the word strath

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Posted in Magazine, Our picks

New Outdoors Award Scheme for Young People

Ramblers Scotland has launched a new award scheme to offer young adults a free and inspiring introduction to the outdoors.

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Posted in Magazine, Walking News

Path repair begins on popular Munros

A £100,000 appeal to fund much needed repairs to Scottish hill paths has reached its target and work has now started on one of two major projects. The Mend Out Mountains: Make One Million appeal, which has run over the

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Posted in Access issues, Magazine, Walking News

Gear review – Keen Venture mid hiking boots

Recommended Price: £129.99Weight: 550g per boot (mens’ size 10) I’ve usually found boots and shoes from Keen to be a good match for my relatively wide feet, with a roomy toe-box. So I was interested to try out the new

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Posted in Footwear, Gear reviews, Magazine

Continued appeal for missing walker Martin Rhodes

Police Scotland is continuing to appeal for information relating to missing walker Martin Rhodes, a week on from when he last seen. The 46-year-old from West Yorkshire was last seen around 8.30am on Wednesday, May 1 in Kinlochewe. He was

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Posted in Walking News

Access the authority

David Clyne, Recreation and Access Manager with the Cairngorms National Park Authority, discusses his role – and the rights and responsibilities of walkers in Scotland.

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Posted in Access issues, Magazine, Walking News



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