Public access overlooked?

Public access overlooked?

We have just contributed to the recent consultation on the draft National Planning Framework 4. The National Planning Framework (NPF) is a long-term plan for Scotland last updated in 2014 that sets out where development and infrastructure is needed. Statutory...
Help update Scottish Hill Tracks

Help update Scottish Hill Tracks

ScotWays are looking for volunteers to help us by going for a walk (or run, bike or horse ride) along one of the routes featured in Scottish Hill Tracks. This is a guidebook with a difference – it covers Mainland Scotland (and Arran, Mull and Skye) in a network of 344...
Historic Footpaths Project

Historic Footpaths Project

We are working with the National Library of Scotland on a collaborative historic footpath mapping project in 2022. The point locations of over 12,000 “F.P.” footpath abbreviations have already been identified on the OS 6-inch to the mile maps from around 1900 covering...
ScotWays Signposting Survey.  The Results are in!

ScotWays Signposting Survey. The Results are in!

At the end of October 2017, we launched a survey to find out what people thought about our signposting work. ScotWays has been signposting rights of way and other paths across Scotland since it started in 1845.  Times have changed and today many different people and...