Scotland’s Wild Landscapes: What Future?

7th September 2005

Following the passing of Scotland’s historic Land Reform Act, wild landscapes have a renewed place in the nation’s thinking. The strengthening of access rights should provide a stronger bond between the people of Scotland and our wilder places making them more attractive to more people. Consequently Scotland needs to take the next step in securing the value of wild landscapes for those who live beside them, those across Scotland as a whole and those who come to our country to marvel at those places where they can find peace, sanctuary, adventure and physical and mental restoration.

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