What are core paths?

Core paths are routes designated by local authorities under the terms of the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 with the purpose of providing a reasonable access network. Core paths include many rights of way, but also other paths that are important to local people and visitors. All local authorities have a duty to produce a core path plan. Have a look at the NatureScot core paths in Scotland page for a map of core paths and links to each local authority core path plan.

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