Medal Routes Walking Hubs

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There are Medal Routes popping up all over Scotland with new walking hubs launched almost every week.

Check this page regularly for walking hubs near you or try some routes further from home and make a day of it. Simply click on the locations below to download the Medal Routes map for your chosen hub and then you’re ready to go.

Don't see a walking hub near you? Know of a place that would make a great walking hub? Why not get in touch and we'll help you to map and promote Medal Routes in your community. Contact the Medal Routes Project Officer, Rob Burns, on 0131 472 7006 or email

Available Medal Routes

These 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

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There are over 700 free Medal Routes available to view and download on the Ramblers Scotland webpage. Please enter your email address to help us continue to create and promote Medal Routes. Medal Routes will never share your information out with Ramblers individuals.

Medal Routes will never share your information out with Ramblers individuals. We would however like to contact you from time to time with other Ramblers opportunities; if you only want to be contacted regarding Medal Routes, please tick this box.

Aberdeen City



Argyll and Bute



Dumfries and Galloway

Dunbartonshire (East)

Dunbartonshire (West)


East Ayrshire

East Lothian

East Renfrewshire









North Ayrshire

North Lanarkshire


Perth & Kinross



South Ayrshire

South Lanarkshire


West Lothian

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