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Have you ever seen a puffin?
Join Ben Dolphin as he goes in search of the perfect puffin... and find out where in Scotland you can go to see these iconic birds.
Visit this link: http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/news/in-search-of-the-perfect-puffin/0011195/
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Love, love, love puffins!
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Today we're delighted to launch our new Orkney coverage. We now feature 40 detailed descriptions of walks in the archipelago, as usual complete with OS mapping and GPS waypoints. We still plan to feature more routes on the missing islands, but there's plenty to start exploring right now. Follow the link: http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/orkney/
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Love Orkney!
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In his latest column, Cameron McNeish offers his views on this weeks' announcements on wild land in Scotland's national planning policy.
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Good man Cameron McNeish. The voice of reason !!!!
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Our gear guru Phil Turner has been testing out the Boreas Gear Buttermilks 40 rucksack. Find out what he has to say in his latest review...
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Just added a new walking route in beautiful Perthshire - a circuit around the upper part of Loch Faskally, visiting the Linn of Tummel.
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/perthshire/linn-of-tummel.shtml
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Walkers exploring the clifftops of the island of Handa, near the Great Stack. This is a stunning destination for a moderate walk when in the Sutherland region - with puffins, skuas, stunning sandy beaches and remarkable views.
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/sutherland/handa-island.shtml
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Was there last week. Fantastic!
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Perfect summer weather across much of the Highlands again today - here's Creag Meagaidh on the descent from the Window. Hardly a breath of wind at the summit - and perfect visibility in all directions. A day to remember.
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/fortwilliam/creagmeagaidh.shtml
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SEVEN, did you say?
Yes, you can climb SEVEN amazing Munros in a single day on a traverse of the beautiful South Glen Shiel ridge. 
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/kintail/Glenshielridge.shtml
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The magic of a Skye summer - looking to Bla Bheinn from the ridge of Marsco.
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/skye/
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A stunning view !
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David Lintern gets hot under the collar as he ponders Scotland's land-use and wildlife in his latest column.
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/news/small-encounters-distant-thunder/0011103/
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Scorching hot day today on the path up ever-popular Schiehallion - one of the more straightforward Munros, despite the final rough boulderfield which does require care.
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/perthshire/schiehallion.shtml
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Looks great! Can you please send some of that weather up here? Hoping to do Suilven on Friday. 
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Walkhighlands is the website for walking in Scotland. Over 1,600 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.