www.highland-disabled-ramblers.org

Overview

'Highland Disabled Ramblers exists to enable people with disabilities to access the wonderful Highland countryside in a safe, organised, and friendly manner ... [It] is a varied group of over 50 members throughout the Scottish Highlands. It was formed in 2001 and is run by disabled people with able bodied friends. HDR respects the country code and observes all aspects of safety ... Rambles are held on a monthly basis, but during the summer it is sometimes twice a month; on weekdays or on Saturdays.'

www.spanglefish.com/HighlandHillwalkingClub/

Overview

'Formed in 1978 to provide a friendly and safe framework for the pursuit of hillwalking throughout the Highlands and Islands. We meet for day and weekend meets. A day meet can involve climbing one or more hills over 1000m (3000 feet) in height and walking 12 or more miles. So a reasonable level of fitness is important and whilst the summits of most hills are attainable via walking routes some may require a bit of scrambling and a head for heights ...'

www.ramblers.org.uk/go-walking/routes-and-places-to-walk/medal-routes....

Overview

'There are Medal Routes popping up all over Scotland with new walking hubs launched almost every week ... Online maps have been designed to be downloaded with ease. The full electronic version has information about the project and a Medal Routes challenge table to encourage you to walk more often. If you'd like the full electronic version of any of these routes please email ...'

www.visitscotland.com/destinations-maps/highlands/

Overview

'Given the prominence of altitude across much of the region, you would be forgiven for thinking you’d have to be an expert and skilled with crampons to get the most out of your visit. There are many accessible routes which give a flavour of what makes the Highlands what they are, including walks that let you drink in the dramatic panoramas so often seen on the silver screen or through stunning photography in books and brochures.'

Description from

VisitScotland

www.highland.gov.uk/info/379/countryside_facilities_and_wildlife/161/o...

Overview

'The key paths in our area are called Core Paths, and give the public reasonable access throughout the area. The Paths cater for all types of users, for example walkers, cyclists, horse riders, canoeists, people with disabilities.'

Description from

The Highland Council

www.highlifehighland.com/rangers/outdoor-access-highlands/

Overview

Access to some details of a range of 'long distance trails in the Highlands'.

Description from

High Life Highland Rangers

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