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Using Inland Water Responsibly - Guidance for all water users - Front cover image

Using Inland Water Responsibly - Guidance for all water users

This Guidance, endorsed by many of the leading sports organisations, is intended to assist all water users to share inland water in Scotland in such a way that the interests of all are considered and respected.

Still from TV advert showing kayakers and fisherman

TV advert 1

TV Advert 1 shows the following scenarios:

  • Runner and forester
  • Family and geese
  • Canoeists and fisherman
  • Couple and field margin
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Scottish Outdoor Access Code - Part 2 Access rights

Scottish Outdoor Access Code - Part 2 Access rights

Image of first page of Scottish Outdoor Access Code - Part 3 Exercising access rights responsibly

Scottish Outdoor Access Code - Part 3 Exercising access rights responsibly

Scottish Outdoor Access Code - Part 3 Exercising access rights responsibly.

Image of first page of Scottish Outdoor Access Code - Part 5 Practical guide

Scottish Outdoor Access Code - Part 5 Practical guide

Scottish Outdoor Access Code - Part 5 Practical guide.

Image of first page of Scottish Outdoor Access Code - Annex 1 Existing criminal offences created by statute

Scottish Outdoor Access Code - Annex 1 Existing criminal offences created by statute

Scottish Outdoor Access Code - Annex 1 Existing criminal offences created by statute

Images of the two hand signals for anglers and kayakers

On water hand signals for anglers and kayakers

Detail from pages 27 and 28 of Using Inland Water Responsibly: Guidance for all water users showing the two easy hand signals to be used and instructions for anglers and paddlers.

Signage Guidance for Outdoor Access - A Guide to Good Practice

Signage Guidance for Outdoor Access - A Guide to Good Practice

This guidance covers all aspects of outdoor access signage and is aimed at access staff, countryside rangers, land managers, community groups (including health walk co-ordinators) and anybody involved in path or site management. This new guide supersedes and greatly expands on the advice given in the ‘Advisory Signage Guide’ published by Paths for All and Scottish Natural Heritage in June 2007.

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Creating a path network - A guide to local action

This booklet by Paths for all provides information and guidance that they hope will encourage more local action for paths. 35 pages.

Heading for the Scottish Hills (HFTSH) web service: guidance for estates

This provides information about the Heading for the Scottish Hills service for estates and guidance about what information to provide to join the service.

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