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A Woodland Workout event organised in Kippen Community Woodland has helped residents appreciate the effort involved in improving paths and managing the woodland writes group secretary, Paula Watson.
Health Secretary Shona Robison today (March 24) officially launched a programme to help cancer patients in Dundee become more active.
Active Cairngorms is a unique, multi-stranded programme with aims to help the inactive become more active, and to encourage and enable the active to stay active in the Cairngorms National Park.
The new Outdoor Access Design Guide 2017 was launched by Paths for All and Scottish Natural Heritage today (17 March) at the annual gathering of Local Access Fora from across Scotland and the National Access Forum at Battleby.
Ramblers Scotland and The Mountains & the People project have joined forces to offer a programme of free short walks (3 – 5 miles) this spring in both the Cairngorms and Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Parks.
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