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News - March 2012

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Munroists to benefit from Loch Lomond ferry move

Munroists to benefit from Loch Lomond ferry move

Posted 30 March 2012
The Loch Lomond Water Bus is set to resume summer services, with an earlier trip now available for the benefit of Munroists.
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Steall to be reinforced

Steall to be reinforced

Posted 29 March 2012
The John Muir Trust's bid to gain a grant to repair one of Scotland's most popular walking routes has been successful.
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Peak fire warnings given after dry spell

Peak fire warnings given after dry spell

Posted 28 March 2012
Peak District National Park officials have warned the public to be vigilant about the moorland fire risk as the dry weather continues.
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Mountain paths boosted by new funds

Mountain paths boosted by new funds

Posted 28 March 2012
Mountain paths on National Trust for Scotland estates will be kept in good repair thanks partly to a new charitable donation.
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Countryside safe after all?

Countryside safe after all?

Posted 27 March 2012
The government's proposed streamlining of planning regulations contain a number of important protections for the countryside that the Campaign for the Protection of Rural England believes may address its concerns about the future of the country's green spaces.
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Warning after lifeboat rescues

Warning after lifeboat rescues

Posted 27 March 2012
Lifeboat crews have warned people walking across the sands around Morecambe Bay to beware the fast-moving spring tides and heed warnings about them.
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Paths repaired on historic Munro

Paths repaired on historic Munro

Posted 26 March 2012
Path repairs have been taking place on the mountain that gave the world of maps contour lines.
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Tick prevention week to warn of Lyme disease danger

Tick prevention week to warn of Lyme disease danger

Posted 23 March 2012
Tick Bite Prevention Week will run from March 26th to April 1st and focus on the dangers the bugs can pose.
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Ramblers in East Anglia woods appeal

Ramblers in East Anglia woods appeal

Posted 23 March 2012
With the work of the government's Forestry Panel almost done, the Ramblers has made a particular appeal over the issue of access in East Anglia.
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National park locations gain defribillators

National park locations gain defribillators

Posted 22 March 2012
Walkers who suffer cardiac problems in remote Highland locations may benefit from life saving equipment being introduced to three villages in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
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Budget 'mixed blessing' for walkers

Budget 'mixed blessing' for walkers

Posted 22 March 2012
The Budget may still leave open concerns about planning in green spaces, but it offers the prospect of better rail transport to rural areas, the Ramblers has said.
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Brecon Beacons a top tip for outdoor fun

Brecon Beacons a top tip for outdoor fun

Posted 21 March 2012
The Brecon Beacons may have more to it than some outdoor lovers realise.
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Spring officially arrives

Spring officially arrives

Posted 21 March 2012
Spring has arrived and as the weather warms up, expectations of avalanches in Scotland are declining.
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South Pennines walk and ride site launched

South Pennines walk and ride site launched

Posted 20 March 2012
A new website has been launched to publicise the walking and riding that can be enjoyed in a part of the world famous for the Batty's and the Bronte's.
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Wainwright Society marks 60, 50 and 40 years

Wainwright Society marks 60, 50 and 40 years

Posted 19 March 2012
The Wainwright society is set for three anniversary celebrations this year and will carry them out in a way the author would have heartily approved of - by climbing lots of fells.
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Glencoe moving into summer mode

Glencoe moving into summer mode

Posted 16 March 2012
Glencoe's ski resort has reported that the snow has mostly gone - but neither the resort nor this popular Munroist's destination will be any less busy in the coming months.
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National park bosses in lambing reminder for walkers

National park bosses in lambing reminder for walkers

Posted 16 March 2012
Walkers have been reminded to keep dogs on a lead during the lambing season, after several mauled sheep were found in the Peak District.
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Seeking a Kinder surprise

Seeking a Kinder surprise

Posted 15 March 2012
The legend of the Mermaid's Pool will be the subject of an upcoming Peak District walk.
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Glen Affric parking charges put on hold

Glen Affric parking charges put on hold

Posted 14 March 2012
Forestry Commission Scotland has responded to an outcry over the imposition of parking charges in Glen Affric by putting them on hold while it consults on the matter.
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Sheep death sparks country code reminder

Sheep death sparks country code reminder

Posted 14 March 2012
Walkers have been advised to follow the Countryside Code guidance on the opening and closing of gates after an incident lead to the death of several sheep.
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