NatureScot are currently in the process of moving to a new switchboard system - please bear with our staff whilst we manage this transition.
Activities such as hang gliding and paragliding
Beaches, dunes and the foreshore
Be a responsible camper - follow the Access Code tips on: access, using stoves instead of lighting open fires and what to do when you need the loo!
Rock climbing and breeding birds
Cycling on paths and off-road, including mountain biking
Access with vehicles built or adapted for people with disabilities
Access with dogs, including livestock, dog waste, commercial dog walking and dog sports.
Fields or open country with farm animals, including lambs or calves
Deer stalking, shooting and fishing
Fields with arable or grass crops, including ploughing and harvesting
Forestry and woodland, including forest operations
Crossing golf courses
Hillwalking during the stag stalking season.
Horse riding on or off-path
Firing ranges and other military training areas
Places managed to safeguard wildlife
Car parking, paths, gates and activities such as picnicking and mushroom gathering
Organised events based on outdoor recreation such as walking, running or mountain biking
Visit to the outdoors organised by teachers or outdoor educators
Public parks, pitches and playing fields, and other managed open spaces
Houses and gardens, farmyards, and historic buildings or other cultural heritage sites
Access on foot - activities covered by access rights and key principles of the Code
Rivers, canals, lochs and reservoirs
Canoeing, rafting, sailing and swimming