Maps and Leaflets

Maps and Leaflets

ScotWays has produced a number of free leaflets which can be downloaded here. Some are available in hard copy from our office and be ordered from our web shop.  They are shown below as “printed version available”.

Public Access in Scotland – Know Your Rights (a brief guide)

This short leaflet outlines the key points of public access rights in Scotland. The inner pages open up to an A3 poster which can be displayed in public places and summarises where people can go and what they can do. Printed version available

For a full explanation of Scotland’s public access laws, see our book The ScotWays Guide to the Law of Access to Land in Scotland  by Malcolm M. Combe, available from our shop.

Paths In and Around The Lammermuirs This map shows and describes six Heritage Paths that run over the Lammermuirs, an area of high moorland straddling the border between East Lothian and the Scottish Borders. Printed version available

Heritage Paths in the Campsie Fells

The Campsie Fells, Fintry Hills and Gargunnock Hills, north of Kirkintilloch and Milngavie and west of Stirling, form another Heritage Paths project area. The map shows a number of paths and points of interest in the area.   Printed version available

Celebrating 175 Years in 2020

Our planned anniversary celebrations in 2020 had to be abandoned, of course. However, our 175th anniversary leaflet  is still available as a souvenir! It contains a brief explanation of what ScotWays does and suggestions for activities related to access, including sources of walk information. Printed version available

Important Routes in the history of access in Scotland

There are several routes across Scotland which played pivotal roles in the development of our world-famous access rights. This ever growing selection of leaflets detail these historic routes and the inspiring, sometimes amusing, stories of the ‘battles’ to assert them as rights of way. We hope they will inspire you to follow in the footsteps of the founders of ScotWays!

Glen Doll – the case of the vigilant gamekeeper  (12km / 7.5 mile walk)

Ideas for Places to Visit?

It can be tricky to find new places to visit.  Why not Ask Ken about some of the less frequented places you could visit.