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Veteran photographer Ian Cameron, who still prefers to shoot in film rather than digital, has been announced winner of the Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year Award. Forres-based Ian beat off strong competition from thousands …
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In his latest column, Cameron McNeish gives his reaction to the news that the government has approved the Loch Lomond camping ban byelaws.
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/news/our-first-national-park-forever-tainted/0014363/
PERMITS, bans and byelaws, the words that will forever taint the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, and indeed an SNP Government that many people, including myself, thought would take an intense pride in the …
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Cameron McNeish, you have my TOTAL agreement and support in this matter. I have witnessed the behaviour  of some of these so-called 'wild campers', and they will simply stick up two fingers to anyone attempting to enforce a bye-law. We already have laws against their behaviour....let's just enforce them eh?
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Search our vast database of 2,500 self-catering cottages to find the perfect base for your 2016 holiday in Scotland.
Using (and sharing) Walkhighlands to find your ideal accommodation enables us to keep providing free information on walking and promoting the Scottish outdoors:)
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Great website! We often guide Little Briar Cottage guests to the site for detailed walking routes and Munro's near Lochearnhead .
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Looking across to the ice-clad Lurcher's Crag on a perfect day early this year. Hoping for days like this in January 2016!
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Mike Daniels - Head of Land Science at the John Muir Trust - joins in the rewilding debate.
Full story: http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/news/clearing-up-some-of-the-confusion-around-rewilding/0014181/
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Clearer air today so enjoyed a morning stroll above Grantown-on-Spey before getting down to work.
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/cairn…/grantown-on-spey.shtml
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After the rain: descending from Minch Moor this afternoon. 
New walking routes on the website later this week.
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The start of Storm Gertrude seen approaching over the Cairngorms yesterday.
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Did you enjoy Roads Less Travelled with Cameron McNeish on BBC2? Here's our guide to discovering some of the locations on foot... from part 1. 
Many of you will have watched the Adventure Show Special programmes, Roads Less Travelled: The West Highlands, presented by Cameron McNeish. The programmes are currently still available on the BBC iplayer. If you wanted to …
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Looking over Taransay and the west coast of Harris from the snow-dusted summit of Tiorga Mor. The western ranges of Harris are little known to most but offer some superb rugged hillwalks.
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/outer-hebrides/tiorga-mor.shtml
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Magical light in Glen Moriston as photographed this weekend from Trees For Life's Dundreggan Estate. The charity aims to help restore the Caledonian Forest and its ecological health, largely through the efforts of volunteers. Worth a share for all who love Scotland's native trees & wildlife.
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Spent an hour making friends with the birds in the Caledonian pinewoods this lunchtime. Guaranteed to raise the spirits.
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Walkhighlands is the website for walking in Scotland. Over 1,900 detailed route descriptions with maps, choice of thousands of walker-friendly places to stay. Keep your own walks diary, bagging maps and much much more.