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Welcome to the ScotWays website.


Established in 1845, ScotWays is the UK's oldest outdoor access group. We work to protect and develop access to the Scottish countryside for all and are home to the Heritage Paths Project.

The Heritage Paths Project aims to identify, research and record Scotland’s old paths and roads. We’ve already discovered hundreds of old ways from Roman Roads to Pilgrim Paths. Find out more here.

Explore our website and find out more about public access to the outdoors in Scotland, how it developed, the Society’s history and what you can do to support us.

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The following content is available for download:

Governance

ScotWays Articles of Association (19th Nov 2016) [pdf]

Scotways Report and Financial Statements (year ending Jun 2018) [pdf]

ScotWays Report and Financial Statements (year ending Jun 2017) [pdf]

ScotWays Report and Financial Statements (year ending Jun 2016) [pdf]

ScotWays AGM 2017 draft minutes [pdf]

ScotWays AGM 2016 draft minutes [pdf]

ScotWays AGM 2015 draft minutes [pdf]

ScotWays AGM 2014 draft minutes [pdf]

Forms

ScotWays Small Grants Scheme Covering Letter [pdf]

ScotWays Small Grants Scheme Application Form [Word Document]

ScotWays Signage Report Form [pdf] and associated instruction guidelines [pdf]

ScotWays Signage Report Form [Word Document]

ScotWays Path Access/Report Form [pdf]

Ideas for Walks

Walks Round St Andrews - Leaflet prepared by St Andrews & NE Fife Ramblers with details of 10 walks around St Andrews. [pdf]

Cupar Walks - This leaflet describes 14 walks around Cupar and is designed to help you explore Fife's farming heritage. [pdf]

Glasgow Clyde Bridges Leaflet [pdf]

Lammermuirs Leaflet [pdf]

Consultations

Joint letter on NPF3 - Letter to Scottish Government re consultations on Scottish Planning Policy and the National Planning Framework (July 2013). [pdf]

Land Reform Review Group - ScotWays' submission - Land Reform Review Group - ScotWays' submission (Jan 2013). [pdf]

Other Information

Crichton Castle to Borthwick Castle - Notes on Right of Way