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Enjoy Scotland's Outdoors (A4 version)

This leaflet gives a short general summary of the Scottish Outdoor Access Code.

Image of first page of Scottish Outdoor Access Code - Part 4 Managing land and water responsibly for access

Scottish Outdoor Access Code - Part 4 Managing land and water responsibly for access

Scottish Outdoor Access Code - Part 4 Managing land and water responsibly for access.

Image of first page of Scottish Outdoor Access Code - Part 6 Where to get help and information

Scottish Outdoor Access Code - Part 6 Where to get help and information

Scottish Outdoor Access Code - Part 6 Where to get help and information

Front cover of Commercial Dog Walkers in the Outdoors - Attitudes, Engagement and Opportunities - Scottish Natural Heritage - 2014 (42pp)

Commercial Dog Walkers in the Outdoors - Attitudes, Engagement and Opportunities - Scottish Natural Heritage - 2015 (42pp)

This report gives an account of a series of 6 workshops run by Scottish Natural Heritage in 2013 to positively engage with commercial dog walkers. The aim of the events was to promote greater awareness of the Scottish Outdoor Access Code and improve understanding and compliance with its messages, benefit land management and other interests and add value to commercial dog walking businesses.

Scottish Access Officer Contact List

Scottish Access Officer Contact List

This list provides the contact details of local authority and national park access officers in Scotland.  It also includes other national access contacts for key activities in Scotland such as mountaineering, canoeing, horse riding, cycling/mountain biking.

Enjoy Scotland's Outdoors (poster version)

This leaflet gives a short general summary of the Scottish Outdoor Access Code, with an A3 size poster on the inside pages. The poster gives key information on the following topics:

Scottish Outdoor Access Code leaflet for Dog owners

Scottish Outdoor Access Code leaflet for Dog owners

This leaflet featuring Jess the dog helps explain what the Scottish Outdoor Access Code means for you and your dog.

Dog passport with nesting bird and dog waste messages

Dog passport with nesting bird and dog waste messages

Print out this little passport, fill in the details and keep it in your wallet.  Add a photo of your dog and use it to record important information about your dog in case it gets lost. A great way to strike up conversations with dog walkers.

Front page of document

Integrating Access Case Study - Eaglescairnie Mains Farm

A case study at Eaglescairnie Mains Farm where successful development of paths around the farm, now managed under Land Management Contract, links to the village, other woodland and paths.

 

Image of front page of case study

Integrating Access Case Study - Meggernie and Lochs Estate

This case study shows how active encouragement of public access on preferred paths and sites without restricting general rights of access has been successful. There has also been an associated education campaign highlighting the importance of responsible access and appropriate behaviour to avoid conflict with wildlife, shooting, farming or conservation.

 

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