Walking and W Guide - Resources and Review

Designed to provide information for walkers, hikers, recreation managers, and researchers into upland path erosion and access management. Offers an online lost and found service, and a chance for lone walkers to find company on their trail. Resources include trail facts, accommodation and services guides, special features of the walk, physical condition of the route, restoration details from 1989, and information on the management of the national trail.
Extensive information about the Scottish Mountaineering Club (formed 1889) including its activities, huts, journal, guidebooks and Munros CD, as well as an introduction to hillwalking in Scotland, recent winter climbing route reports, details of the new Munros introduced in 1997, a list of all 1900+ Munroists from 1901 to 1998, and the full text of the newsletters of the Mountaineering Council of Scotland (a separate organisation).
Government department responsible for encouraging the protection of Britain's forests and woodlands. Provides information about recreation, the forest industry including market reports on British Timber, education, grants and licences, and Forest Research, an agency of the forestry commission.
The BMC is the representative body that exists to protect the freedoms and promote the interests of climbers, hillwalkers and mountaineers, including ski
mountaineers. Includes access news, a climbing wall directory, competitions diary, information service and membership details.
Publisher of mountain tables, and the Scottish hillwalking 'fanzine' The Angry Corrie. Features a collection of data, including that for the 'Hewitts' and 'Marilyns' of England, Ireland, and Wales, and the 'Grahams', 'Donalds' and 'Murdos' of Scotland. Also offers articles from each issue of TAC from 1993 to the present day, and the inaugural issue from 1991.
Charity which promotes rambling, protects rights of way, campaigns for access to open country and defends the beauty of the countryside in Scotland, England and Wales. Includes information about joining the Ramblers, becoming involved in walking, publications available such as regional guides and fact sheets, and Ramblers holidays.
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