ScotWays 175th Anniversary Challenge

ScotWays 175th Anniversary Challenge

We are inviting you to join us on a virtual celebratory journey, following in the footsteps of some of our early members as they installed the first signposts along rights of way in the Cairngorms in July 1885.

Started 18 Jul 2020, by ScotWays


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From: Forfar, Angus
To: Blair Atholl, Perthshire
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MISSION DISTANCE

DISTANCE GOAL
203.0 KM
79.2 KM123.8 KM

FUNDRAISING TARGET

FUNDRAISING GOAL
£17,500 GBP
£1,743£15,757

MISSION TIME

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87 Days
19 Days68 Days


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FUNDRAISING INFO

ScotWays (The Scottish Rights of Way & Access Society) is the oldest outdoor access charity still in existence in the world! To celebrate our 175th anniversary, within the confines of the coronavirus pandemic, we are inviting you to join us on a virtual celebratory journey, following in the footsteps of some of our early members as they installed the first signposts along routes in the Cairngorms in July 1885. Not only did the trip confirm these routes as public rights of way, it lead to court action to assert the right of way through Glen Doll!

Founded in 1845, ScotWays is the independent charity which upholds and promotes public access rights in Scotland. We are widely recognised as experts in the law and practice of access and advise on access problems, provide information and training, and maintain a vast database about routes in Scotland. You can see our recognisable green and white signs on routes across Scotland and we are home to the Heritage Paths Project, a unique archive of Scotland’s old paths and roads.

Join the challenge! Journey with us along this historic route (virtually) as part of your daily exercise, and help raise funds to support ScotWays’ important work.


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£1,743 raised since 18 Jul 2020.


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