Scotland is one of a handful of countries with very good Access Rights for the general public. However, with this privilege also comes responsibility to look after and not exploit the Scottish landscape.

In Scotland, people have access to most of the Scottish outdoors, which is set in The Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003.

The Scottish Outdoor Access Code is a guide for the responsibilities that people have, which are to respect landowners' and other people's privacy and livelyhood, respect and protect the Scottish wildlife and nature and to take responsibility of your own actions when you are out and about.


Read more about the Scottish Outdoor Access Code

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Read more about The Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003

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