Written by: The Chief
Published: 2nd August 2019
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Every local authority in Scotland designates a system of core paths sufficient which are recommended for the public to use.
Core paths are defined as paths, waterways or any other means of crossing land to facilitate, promote and manage the exercise of access rights under the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003. In 2015, Highland Titles suggested to Highland Council that the main path which we had created on our Glencoe nature reserve be added to the scheme, because one of our objects is to encourage people to experience the thrill of the Scottish great outdoors.
Nearly four years later (the wheels in Government turn slowly) we are close to being added to the Lochaber core path network. We will be delighted to have provided one more opportunity to showcase the Highland Titles Nature Reserve.