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Caithness Walking

Links & Information


Great Glen Way
Scotlandís fourth and Highlandís third national long distance route will be officially opened on Tuesday 30th April 2002 by HRH The Prince Andrew, Earl of Inverness when a group of visually impaired walkers complete a walk of the Great Glen Way ending at Inverness Castle.

Assynt Mountain Rescue
The Assynt Team covers Caithness as part of their huge area.

Ramblers Association


Munro Magic

British Mountain Guides Web Site

Forestry Commission Web Site

The Mountain Bothies Association

Other Useful Sites
The John Muir Trust
Scottish Wildlife Trust
Scottish Natural Heritage

Walking Routes
Morar, Mallaig, Arisaig and Glenfinnan 

Long Distance Walks
Cateran Trail - Blairgowrie area
West Highland Way Walk

General Walking Sites Etc
Mountain Views
Scottish Mountains - Pictures

Skye Walk

Mountain Rescue Committee of Scotland

Mountain Rescue Council

Search and Rescue Dog Association

Right to Roam - England & Wales

Scottish Outdoor Access code - SNH
Scottish Access Code - Ramblers

Guided Walks Along The Great Glen Way
The Highland Councils Countryside Ranger Service has produced a leaflet detailing a programme of guided walks on the Great Glen Way and surrounding area.  They range from a 3 mile loop walk around Laggan Locks, to an all day hike from Drumnadrochit to Inverness. 

Walking Wild

The Mountain Rescue Committee of Scotland
The co-ordinating body for mountain rescue in Scotland incorporating 28 teams.
British Mountaineering Council
The UK body representing walkers and climbers.
Paths for All Partnership
Helps communities develop path networks that link their homes with the countryside and green spaces.
Mountaineering Council of Scotland
Scotland's national body representing walkers and climbers.