The Highland Access Project
The Highland Access Project was a 3 year project with the aim of improving access provision on low ground to meet the needs of local communities and visitors by establishing multi-user path networks for those who want to walk, cycle or ride.
The Project's aim was to meet the needs of people living within the local area and visitors for informal non-motorised recreation and passage.
Below you will find examples of the path networks in your area.
Know the code before you go....
You only have access rights if you exercise them responsibly-use your common sense! The Scottish Outdoor Access code tells you about your rights.
Highland Council Countryside Rangers run many guided walks and events throughout the year. You can view the current events programme, leaflets and brochures on the Countryside Ranger Events page.