Walking in the countryside can bring great enjoyment, whether wandering through fields and woods close to home, or hiking up in the heather-clad hills. These landscapes are often under threat from inappropriate development. As part of our charitable objectives, we work to protect the outdoor environment in the public interest, to maintain its health and sustainability for future generations to enjoy.
Rewilding as a concept gives us an opportunity to take a principled approach to land management in the wider public interest, but the support of a range of stakeholders is needed.
Help us monitor the impact of vehicle tracks tracks in Scotland's hills.
Our position on hydro tracks in Scotland.
Ramblers Scotland position on issues around deer management in Scotland.
A short history of National Parks in Scotland and the Ramblers Scotland position on establishing new parks.
We are generally supportive of the reintroduction of native species in Scotland, but this is on a case-by-case basis.
We believe there should be a general presumption against new cairns being built randomly, and we discourage walkers from adding to existing cairns and rock stacks.
Scotland’s landscapes play a vital role in tackling the climate emergency and biodiversity loss, as well as supporting our economy and our health and wellbeing.
Ramblers Scotland position on renewable energy in Scotland.