In Scotland, access rights were established through the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003. Everyone has access rights to be on and across most land and inland water, for recreational, educational and some commercial purposes, as long as they behave responsibly. Access rights include, walking, cycling, horse-riding, canoeing and other non-motorised access. The 2003 Act is supported by the Scottish Outdoor Access Code, developed by Scottish Natural Heritage, which gives guidance on what is, and what is not, responsible behaviour. The code is based on three key principles and those apply equally to the public and land managers.
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Glenmore Lodge seeks not to over use the areas that it works in and to avoid areas where there may be nesting birds, seal colonies etc at certain times of year.
Where we see damage to areas eg. climbing crags, paddling put ins etc we have reseeded them or worked with landowners to make improvements.
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