#walkhighlands

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  • ‘Walkers are middle aged, hikers are cool’ - No longer just an activity for older people with sticks, rambling in the countryside is catching on with a new generation | - Chris Kimble
  • Five of the best woodland walks near Inverness @walkhighlands #walks #inverness #woodland #havedonethemall - Inverness Outlanders
  • Another chance to catch 'Bothy Life' @bbcalba tonight 9pm @HopscotchUK @walkhighlands @theiaincameron @AL_Humphreys - Michael Cuthbert
  • Cairn Gorm ownership “must be wrested” from H&I Enterprise - BSCG Scotland
  • Good to see the uplands more & more in the m/stream courtesy of @kmckenna63 making explicit link btw land use & power. Werrity a watershed moment for @thesnp. This quotes a 2017 @walkhighlands piece from me. - David Lintern
  • One of the best walking hotels in Britain voted by the times #walkhighlands #scotland #times - Glenfinnan House
  • "The hardships of prehistoric life on North Uist have been revealed with islanders battling starvation, sand storms, rising tides and floods that drove them out of their homes." And you thought your morning commute was hard! - Dig It!
  • A short piece I recorded w/ BBC Scotland #outfortheweekend on outdoors cooking, begins 1hr 29m - - David Lintern
  • I loved the segment @CBSSunday did on Eigg. Looks like such a wonderful place with amazing residents! @SamHeughan - sleepylover215
  • Could do Ben Lui on its own: - Ilona Turnbull
  • It is everything to do with UK cuts and this was predicted several years ago. Not in the control of the Scottish Government: - Grace Wedderburn
  • Quite a lot more than "country sports" then. - Gary Dickson
  • Likewise, Grahame! Luckily the festive stuff will be over with soon. This sounds very appealing: - Alex Staniforth
  • Not sure of the situation in Scotland compared to England but maybe stopping subsidies would be a start - paying rich landowners to deliberately manage for grouse monoculture and destroy competing wildlife seems insane - branwen
  • I don't know about you, but this article confuses roadside camping (calling it wild) with carrying a backpack and walking miles to camp away from the road. @CameronMcNeish @townsendoutdoor @walkhighlands - Colinoutnabout
  • I wasn't criticising any individual. Made a point about sustainability of flying to Canada to ski & one on outdoor journalism. I think it's time such holidays were given a climate health warning like on fag packets and preferably not promoted at all - Andy Leader
  • Hundreds of phone boxes to be axed. - Gareth Harper
  • We knew this all along @TouristScottish @visitnessie @UndisScot @VisitScotland @walkhighlands @VisitCairngrms - Old Lime Cottage, Inverness

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