ScotWays has been signposting rights of way since it started in 1845.  The biggest push was probably between 1995-2006 where over 2,000 signs were installed. 


Today signposting is being undertaken by many organisations, including local communities and landowners.  Access authorities alone have signposted 12,341 km of the core paths in Scotland (57%).


Given the increasing signposting work done by others should ScotWays still signpost paths?  If it does still signpost routes, which are the ones it should signpost?  Are the types of signpost used today still the correct ones to use?


The time has come for ScotWays to consider its part in the signposting process and we wanted to know what you thought.  Our survey has now closed, but check back after our AGM to see what people told us.