The head of the Ramblers in Scotland has called on the nation’s new Conservative leader to lead a change in energy policy.
Campaigners are confident a crossing for walkers and riders will be in place within a couple of years where an ancient route crosses the main Highland road.
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Opponents of the controversial electricity power line which is planned to cross some of Scotland’s most scenic landscape have demanded the reopening of the public inquiry into the scheme.
The Ramblers have welcomed a landmark court victory in a long-running access battle with a Scottish millionaire.
The controversial replacement power line, which will see 60m (200ft) pylons march across some of the most spectacular scenery in the Highlands, looks set to be approved.
Scotland’s Ramblers today announced a cash appeal to help save the organisation from proposed cuts.
A cash crisis could see the Ramblers reduced to a rump outside England. Staff in Scotland and Wales face the sack or pay cuts with proposals to los...
Britain’s biggest walking charity is warning outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy Scotland’s wildernesses while they can, before they disappear.
The head of the Ramblers in Scotland has called for a halt to what he called the country’s disastrous energy policies that have seen its world-famous landscapes desecrated by windfarms.
The campaigning organisation that was instrumental in securing world-class countryside access laws for Scotland has called on politicians to keep up the impetus of land reform.
With a general election just round the corner, where will the world of outdoor activities stand after the poll?.
The leader of Scotland’s Ramblers today challenged the Conservative leader to put people before pylons and ditch the controversial scheme to build a massive power line through the Highlands.
Supporters of a leading conservation charity are being urged to pile the pressure on Scotland’s First Minister to reject plans for a major power line that will cut through the Highlands.
Ramblers in Scotland may follow their own path after their staffing was savagely cut on the orders of its London board.
Scotland’s mountaineering body has called on the Ramblers to rethink the decision to close their Scottish office.
The Ramblers will next week start a major campaign to get Scots fit in time for the Commonwealth Games in 2014.