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Scotlandís latest long distance walk has today been officially opened by Cameron McNeish

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Over 10 miles of new or upgraded footpaths and cycleway have been provided as Scotlandís first National Parkís £8.7 million Outdoor Recreation Plan reaches its halfway point.

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The summer access arrangements for Strathfarrar have now begun. Strathfarrar has a locked gate and only a certain number of cars are allowed into the Glen each day.

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As Easter weekend approaches, mountain safety experts are appealing to people to stay away from the high mountains unless they are properly equipped and experienced.

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Creating more National Parks could be a cost-effective way to provide a major economic boost to a number of fragile rural areas in Scotland, according to the latest joint research report published by two charities.

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Police Scotland have reported that teams searching for missing hillwalker Daniel Bennett have recovered a body. Enquiries are ongoing to establish the manís identity.

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Police are appealing for information to help trace a 43-year-old man reported missing, last seen in the Green Welly Stop, Tyndrum, just before midday on Saturday 21 March.

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The Scottish Government says it plans to add a further 500 miles to the existing network of footpaths and cycle routes by joining up and improving current routes and adding 30 new long distance routes to be completed by 2019.

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An appeal has been launched to rebuild the Derry bridge in the Cairngorms in memory of mountaineer, Donald Bennet.

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March 19th 2015

The dates and programme for this yearís Cairngorms Nature Festival have been announced.

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The bridge over the River Affric at Dog Falls has been so badly damaged by recent flooding and spate conditions that it has been closed.

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Flooding has closed part of the the Great Glen Way between Aberchalder and Fort Augustus.

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